Navistar International Corporation (NAV) hit a new 52-week high yesterday, reaching a peak of $24.43 after opening at $23.86 and closing at $24.26 for a move of 3.54%.
Hitting a new 52-week high is a notable milestone for any company, and it can mean a trading opportunity on either the long or short side, depending on one's perspective. Some view a company hitting its highest price in a year as a sign of momentum and think it means it's time to buy in. Others, though, tend to interpret a new 52-week high as likely signaling the end of a strong run, with the stock peaking out before a period of decline.
However one plays it, it’s often a critical moment for any stock and should be noted by investors.
The new 52-week high came on a volume of 717,792 for a stock that has a float of 81.62 million shares and an average daily volume of $1.19 million. The day's trading means the company's market cap is now at $1.98 billion and it has a 50-day SMA of $20.93 and a 200-day SMA of $13.95.
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Navistar International Corp is a manufacturer of commercial & military trucks, diesel engines, buses, as well as a provider of service parts for trucks & diesel engines. It also provides retail, wholesale & lease financing services for trucks and parts.
Navistar International Corporation is based out of Lisle, IL and has some 14,400 employees. Its CEO is .
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