In contrast to the stocks that grow constantly, stocks that have reached their all-time lows are often characterized by a constant decline in their price, often with little pullbacks. In most cases, this is due to the decline of an entire sector or an industry. For example, stocks that keep falling on a constant basis may represent oil and gas companies when there is an oversupply of oil.
|BMPS BCA MPS||2.88||-1.87%||-0.06||Sell||3.472M||3.350B||—||-110.71||24719.00||Financials|
|GEDI GEDI GRUPPO EDITORIALE||0.51||-2.12%||-0.01||Strong Sell||1.403M||263.502M||20.80||0.03||2475.00||Consumer Cyclicals|
|HEN3 HENKEL VZ||107.50||-3.15%||-3.50||Sell||203||45.164B||18.78||5.75||53700.00||Basic Materials|