First Trust Municipal High Income ETF (FMHI) Historical Stock Data

47.69 ↓0.05 (-0.12%)
As of January 27, 2023, 2:54pm EST.

Historical Data

In the past 30 trading days, FMHI is up 0.03% a day on average. There have been 17 days where First Trust Municipal High Income ETF closed green and 13 days where FMHI closed red.

DateOpenCloseChangeLowHighVolume
2023-01-2647.7447.75↑$0.00 (0.01%)47.7147.7725.11K
2023-01-2547.7947.73↓$0.06 (-0.13%)47.6547.79140.55K
2023-01-2447.7547.74↓$0.01 (-0.02%)47.5647.75125.97K
2023-01-2347.8947.85↓$0.04 (-0.09%)47.7847.9182.26K
2023-01-2047.9147.90↓$0.01 (-0.02%)47.8347.97113.89K
2023-01-1947.8647.97↑$0.11 (0.23%)47.8547.9852.77K
2023-01-1847.8047.87↑$0.07 (0.14%)47.7747.9160.42K
2023-01-1747.6647.68↑$0.02 (0.04%)47.5247.6939.99K
2023-01-1347.6447.64↑$0.00 (0.00%)47.5147.65107.33K
2023-01-1247.3047.48↑$0.18 (0.38%)47.2747.49196.36K
2023-01-1147.1347.22↑$0.09 (0.19%)47.0847.2234.31K
2023-01-1046.9746.97↓$0.00 (0.00%)46.8047.05192.85K
2023-01-0946.8847.02↑$0.14 (0.30%)46.8847.0377.54K
2023-01-0646.7046.87↑$0.17 (0.37%)46.7046.90109.15K
2023-01-0546.6846.70↑$0.02 (0.04%)46.6146.7018.33K
2023-01-0446.5046.60↑$0.10 (0.22%)46.5046.6558.55K
2023-01-0346.3146.36↑$0.05 (0.11%)46.2546.5164.88K
2022-12-3046.1346.29↑$0.16 (0.35%)46.1146.36128.10K
2022-12-2946.1646.14↓$0.02 (-0.04%)46.1146.33319.27K
2022-12-2846.3946.20↓$0.19 (-0.41%)46.1646.3991.16K
2022-12-2746.4246.26↓$0.16 (-0.34%)46.1446.42138.62K
2022-12-2346.3646.37↑$0.01 (0.02%)46.2646.45170.93K
2022-12-2246.6646.56↓$0.10 (-0.21%)46.5046.6782.05K
2022-12-2146.7346.67↓$0.06 (-0.13%)46.5946.73101.15K
2022-12-2046.7546.69↓$0.06 (-0.13%)46.6746.82186.97K
2022-12-1946.9746.99↑$0.02 (0.04%)46.8547.10215.87K
2022-12-1646.9347.17↑$0.24 (0.51%)46.9047.2186.99K
2022-12-1547.2947.14↓$0.15 (-0.31%)47.0747.29142.11K
2022-12-1447.2847.12↓$0.16 (-0.34%)47.1247.29113.26K
2022-12-1347.2747.32↑$0.05 (0.11%)47.1947.42203.80K
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iburnmoney

$FMHI id rather have a dip then rip than a gap and crap

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corner_fight4r

$FMHI the best advice has been no stop losses. Would have cost a fortune!!!

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