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The difference between the low and high prices for a security or index over a specific time period. Range defines the price spread for a defined period, such as a day or year, and indicates the security’s price volatility. The more volatile the security or index, the wider the range. The range expands over greater time periods; a security’s daily range will generally be smaller than its 52-week range, which in turn will be tighter than its five-year or 10-year range. Technical analysts closely follow ranges since they are very useful in pinpointing entry and exit points for trades.

Also known as price range or trading range.

Read more: Range Definition | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/...#ixzz46fvuk0zU

See also: Range Bound and Trading Range

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