Stocks That Are at 52-week highs, Owned by Gurus, Bought by Insiders

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Guru Robert Rodriguez has averaged more than 15% per year during the past 20 years. One of his winning strategies is to buy stocks "on or close to being on the new low list." This page helps you to find the stocks that are hitting new highs but are still loved by Gurus and Insiders.

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Stocks within
of
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Industry # of Stocks at 52-week High # of Stocks Ratio
REITs 148 269 0.55
Application Software 126 385 0.33
Utilities - Regulated 108 165 0.65
Banks 106 718 0.15
Conglomerates 71 108 0.66
Consumer Packaged Goods 62 191 0.32
Metals & Mining 49 178 0.28
Real Estate Services 48 112 0.43
Industrial Products 47 234 0.20
Communication Services 47 152 0.31
Biotechnology 43 460 0.09
Business Services 39 121 0.32
Asset Management 36 162 0.22
Computer Hardware 35 208 0.17
Retail - Apparel & Specialty 32 185 0.17
Drug Manufacturers 31 166 0.19
Brokers & Exchanges 30 92 0.33
Medical Instruments & Equipment 30 76 0.39
Chemicals 28 127 0.22
Insurance - Property & Casualty 27 70 0.39
Travel & Leisure 27 141 0.19
Semiconductors 26 131 0.20
Engineering & Construction 26 84 0.31
Aerospace & Defense 25 76 0.33
Medical Diagnostics & Research 24 80 0.30
Retail - Defensive 24 80 0.30
Restaurants 23 77 0.30
Transportation & Logistics 23 148 0.16
Medical Devices 22 85 0.26
Oil & Gas - Midstream 19 60 0.32
Communication Equipment 19 92 0.21
Entertainment 19 87 0.22
Utilities - Independent Power Producers 19 30 0.63
Beverages - Alcoholic 17 49 0.35
Credit Services 16 73 0.22
Online Media 15 91 0.16
Packaging & Containers 14 36 0.39
Insurance - Specialty 13 29 0.45
Oil & Gas - E&P 12 160 0.08
Insurance - Life 12 46 0.26
Waste Management 11 33 0.33
Health Care Providers 11 54 0.20
Insurance 11 36 0.31
Manufacturing - Apparel & Furniture 11 79 0.14
Consulting & Outsourcing 11 54 0.20
Autos 10 171 0.06
Building Materials 9 79 0.11
Beverages - Non-Alcoholic 9 24 0.38
Publishing 6 25 0.24
Airlines 6 43 0.14
Oil & Gas - Integrated 6 44 0.14
Advertising & Marketing Services 5 26 0.19
Homebuilding & Construction 5 36 0.14
Oil & Gas - Services 4 79 0.05
Employment Services 4 31 0.13
Farm & Construction Machinery 4 24 0.17
Oil & Gas - Refining & Marketing 4 27 0.15
Education 3 33 0.09
Coal 3 21 0.14
Personal Services 3 15 0.20
Health Care Plans 3 11 0.27
Steel 3 42 0.07
Tobacco Products 2 17 0.12
Oil & Gas - Drilling 2 22 0.09
Truck Manufacturing 2 14 0.14
Agriculture 2 18 0.11
Forest Products 2 38 0.05
Industrial Distribution 2 31 0.06
Medical Distribution 1 12 0.08
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Company
Current Price
Price (52w Low)
% Above 52-Week Low
Dividend Yield %
The dividend yield is the ratio of a company's annual dividend compared to its share price. More
PE Ratio
$69.10$3.651,793.15%00
$19.36$1.611,102.48%00
$14.90$1.84709.78%06.51
$17.45$2.35642.55%00
$37.39$5.93530.52%00
$6.95$1.11526.13%00
$11.45$1.88509.04%0.650
$7.90$1.38472.46%00
$11.25$2462.50%04.27
$24.36$4.35460.00%00
$34.05$6.25444.80%00
$41.99$7.72443.91%063.62
$5.85$1.10431.82%00
$15.15$2.93417.06%00
$14.89$2.90413.45%00
$24.29$4.78408.16%00
$5.95$1.20395.83%00
$5$1.01395.05%4.9444.13
$10.51$2.13393.43%00
$36.67$7.55385.70%020.14
$10.05$2.12374.06%00
$151.90$32.35369.55%00
$8.68$1.85369.19%00
$14.65$3.20357.81%032.56
$87.52$19.31353.24%00
$13.77$3.05351.48%00
$5$1.11350.45%00
$63$14.17344.60%06,300
$15.68$3.55341.69%00
$5.50$1.25340%034.37
$6.73$1.54337.01%00
$197.41$45.77331.31%0102.82
$10.35$2.41329.46%0.970
$6.86$1.64318.29%00
$64.30$15.44316.45%031.20
$4.94$1.20311.67%00
$5.29$1.30306.92%00
$6.69$1.65305.45%00
$20.58$5.12301.95%00
$4.37$1.10297.27%00
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Technical investors might view stocks trading at or near historical highs as a momentum indicator: According to Investopedia, stock traders might buy a stock when its price exceeds its 52-week high and sell when its price exceeds its 52-week low. The rationale is that if the stock breaks out from the 52-week range in either direction, there is enough momentum to continue the price move in the same direction.

GuruFocus provides several lists of companies that are trading near historical highs: 52-week highs, three-year highs and five-year highs.