Don asked in Business & FinanceInvesting · 9 years ago

Stock chart Terminology.?

Hi, Can you explain these in the link below, just Walmart Store Inc. You don't have to answer all of them, however it would be cool if you can. (If link doesn't work, it will be under WMT symbol in yahoo finance)

Can you explain the

Prev Close:




1y Target Est:


Next Earnings Date:

Day's Range:

52wk Range:


Avg Vol (3m):

Market Cap:

P/E (ttm):

EPS (ttm):

Div & Yield:

I know some of them, but would like more understanding from someone who knows more in detail what does Bid: 62.26*300 or Ask: 62.45*1000 etc. What does it mean. Thanks.

4 Answers

  • 9 years ago
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    just google all those or go to and put em all in the search box youll get all the info you want

    bid and ask prices are the last prices sellers and buyers would buy and sell the stock at


    A bid price of $62,26 at 300 shares means 300 shares at that price is what the buyers want to buy that stock at

    ask of 62.45 at 1000 shares means 1000 shares at that price what sellers want to sell it at

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    5 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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  • 9 years ago

    first of all.....these are mostly fundamental terms...not charting terms

    Second of all...this a trivial question that is easily googled

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