Investments glossary

Adjusted Closing Price

Adjusted closing price amends a stock’s closing price to accurately reflect that stock’s value after accounting for any corporate actions. It is considered to be the true price of that stock and is often used when examining historical returns or performing a detailed analysis of historical returns.

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