Healthcare Stocks Dominate List of Friday's 52-Week Highs... And Lows

Friday, September 11, 2020 2:59 PM | Neal Farmer

During trading Friday, 19 stocks traded to a 52-week high, while 21 stocks bottomed out at new 52-week lows. The S&P 500 is neutral 0% on the day so far. Markets were up Friday morning but continued the trend of a midday reversal which brought the major indices into significant red territory. The major tech stocks are being hit hard again today as the NASDAQ is still negative for the day. Pelaton (PTON) is one of the biggest gainers Friday as the company surpassed earnings expectations.

The following stocks traded to 52-week highs: AGEN, BLFS, FCX, FDX, FRTA, FVRR, GGG, GRBK, HIBB, IBP, INSP, KURA, NKE, ORCL, PAR, RYTM, SHW, SWAV, TUP

The following Stocks traded to 52-week lows: AHT, CFFN, CORR, CRBP, CVIAQ, ESRT, EVFM, GTYH, HE, ICPT, INGN, NWN, PACD, PEI, SDRLF, SR, STRA, TH, THR, WBA, XOGAQ

Healthcare: AGEN, BLFS, INSP, KURA, RYTM, SWAV

Healthcare stocks dominated our list of highs today with 6 out of the 19 total stocks that reached their high coming from the Healthcare sector. The Healthcare sector is up 0.28% so far Friday while the S&P 500 is neutral 0%. Healthcare has the most stocks hitting their highs as the sector remains positive Friday as the rest of the market saw all its leads evaporate for the second day in a row. While Healthcare had the most highs, it also managed to have the most stocks ht their 52 week lows.

Healthcare: CRBP, EVFM, ICPT, INGN

The Healthcare sector also makes up the majority of our 52-week lows, as 4 out of our 21 lows comes from the Healthcare sector. It appears this sector consist of the biggest winners and losers as certain industries in healthcare have done well while others are being hurt as bad if not worse than others during this tough volatile week of trading.

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