Normally, stock price pages also provide you information on new highs and new lows hit by stocks. The information is provided for 52-week high/lows and for all-time high/lows. These provide clues on positive and negative breakouts. Normally, stocks that hit 52-week highs and sustain at those levels tell a larger story of re-rating happening in the stock. The reverse happens in case a stock is consistently hitting new lows. The comparison of the price with the all-time high/low also gives you a perspective of the long-term price cycle of the stock. While 52-week highs and lows are more for a short to medium term view, the life time highs and lows can give longer term perspective.