I am interested to know why would someone sell their stocks at 52 week lows?
closed as primarily opinion-based by Dheer, MD-Tech, JoeTaxpayer♦ Dec 13 '18 at 10:13
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My guess would be that they think next week will be the real 52 week low.
In all seriousness sentiment is a great component of any organized market as well as people making all sorts of emotionally based choices. Be it FOMO(fear of missing out) when things are going upwards, or doomsday sell-offs when there's a correction(heavy or not).