Who cares about a stock that reached its all time high back in 2007? This list of companies at their 52-week highs is perhaps a better yardstick for recent performance, and consequently profit potential. As with all time highs, there are two ways to read this information: 1) that the business is doing well and probably will continue to do well as a result and 2) that it's getting into over-hyped territory and may retrace soon.
EPS dil growth
Div yield %
|1213NASEEJ INTERNATIONAL TRADING CO.||56.10 SAR||+3.89%||1.193M||1.43||611.339M SAR||—||−0.53 SAR||+96.33%||0.00%||Consumer Durables||—|
|1303ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES CO.||2.50 SAR||+5.04%||6.661M||0.70||2.811B SAR||—||—||—||3.00%||Producer Manufacturing||—|
|9517MOBI INDUSTRY CO.||9.21 SAR||+0.22%||38.884K||1.40||460.5M SAR||20.87||0.44 SAR||—||3.80%||Consumer Non-Durables||—|
|99585MULKIA INVESTMENT CO.||34.50 SAR||0.00%||5.942K||1.23||224.25M SAR||—||—||—||0.00%||Finance||—|