The highest price of a security within the last 52 weeks.
The lowest price of a security within the last 52 weeks.
The highest and lowest price of a security within the last 52 weeks.
The amount a quote has changed since the prior trading day's close.
The current market value of an index. Quotes are delayed at least 20 minutes.
The company name or mutual fund name.
Div Pay Date
The date the dividend is paid.
Most recent quarterly cash dividend paid per share, annualized.
The stock's annual dividend per share, divided by its market price per share. For example, a stock that sells for $20 per share and pays an annual dividend of $2 per share has a dividend yield of 10%.
Earnings per share. A company's net income divided by the total number of outstanding shares.
An organization or place where securities are traded. The most common exchanges and their abbreviations are:
||AMERICAN CONSOLIDATED ISSUES
||AMERICAN EMERGING COMPANIES
||FINRA OTC BULLETIN BOARD
||NEW YORK CONSOLIDATED ISSUES
|CHI BD OPT
||CHICAGO BOARD OPTIONS
The day on or after which the buyer of a common stock is not entitled to a previously declared dividend.
An average used to measure and report changes in the value of specific, widely-traded stocks. These indexes are thought to be industry indicators, so any movement, up or down, is considered representative of all markets.
The most recent price and time at which a security was traded.
NAV (Net Asset Value)
The amount per share you would receive if you sold your shares (less any sales charge, if applicable).
Price to earnings ratio -- The price of a stock, divided by its trailing 4 quarters earnings per share. For example, a stock selling for $20 per share that has a $1 per share in earnings has a P/E of 20.
The last price at which a security was traded, before the close of the market.
The approximate price of the security on the date indicated. We receive pricing information from an outside provider, so the price may not be the exact market price. Contact your financial advisor if you need the exact price.
An abbreviation assigned by the stock exchanges to refer to a security. For example, XRX is the symbol for Xerox.
The time at which the last quote was obtained. All times are Central Time (CT) unless otherwise noted.
The highest price a security was traded for on the current day.
The lowest price a security was traded for on the current day.
The number of shares traded.