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Let's say the date is in column A, price in B, recent peak in C, date of recent peak in D.

In cell C11, you would have the formula: {=MAX(IF($A$2:A11>D10,$B$2:B11,0))} (use ctrl-shift-enter to make it an array formula as indicated by the {})

In cell D11, you would have the formula: =INDEX($A$2:A11,MATCH(C11,$B$2:B11,0))

Something like that should work. You may need to put in a valley since really, you're looking for the peak after the valley.

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