doubt related stockhistory formula

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How can I find the highest share price between two dates, in Excel with "stockhistory" function?

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@vlekolazhy 

That could be like

=MAX(STOCKHISTORY("MSFT", TODAY()-120, TODAY(),0,0,3))
Just as a heads-up, I'm removing your duplicate question that you posted in the Tech Community Lounge. The Excel space you just posted in is the appropriate place to ask this question. Thanks.