High-Low Percent (HL Percent) is a breadth indicator that measures the percentage of Net New Highs for a particular group of stocks, such as an index or ETF. Net New Highs equals the number of 52-week highs less the number of 52-week lows. High-Low Percent equals Net New Highs divided by the total number of stocks in the group. High-Low Percent fluctuates between -100% and +100%. Chartists can use this indicator to create oscillators and the High-Low Line.
Symbol Group: High-Low Percent Publisher: StockCharts Update Frequency: End of Day (EOD).
These indicators are updated after the market close, usually by 6:00 PM ET. Current Symbols: Catalog link
StockCharts uses a three-step process to calculate breadth indicators. First, StockCharts maintains component lists for these indices. Second, our scan engine uses these component lists to run scans based on the price data for the individual stocks. Third, the data is then updated and published to our website. This “in-house” data may differ from other sources due to differences in the index components and price data. Index components change and require updates on a regular basis. Additionally, note that StockCharts uses dividend-adjusted data for its calculations, while other sources may use non-adjusted data.
StockCharts.com users can access an up-to-date list of symbols for all our High-Low Percent Indicators. From this list, click the “Mentions” icon to the right of a specific symbol for more details about the symbol, as well as recent mentions in Public ChartLists, blog articles, and more.