Highs?

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Should I use highs or high's?

See example:

First, new highs are not market tops.
asked Mar 07 '13 at 15:34 David England New member

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'Highs' is correct in this use. To use 'high', you would need an article, such as 'a' or 'the', and 'tops' would be singular.

 

First, new highs are not market tops.

 

First, a new high is not a market top.

link comment edited Mar 07 '13 at 16:34 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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