Overvaluation

Business / Taxes / Overvaluation: A stock whose price seems unjustifiably high based on standard measures, such as its earnings history, is considered overvalued. One indication of overvaluation is a price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) significantly higher than average for the market as a whole or for the industry of which the corporation is a part. The consequence of overvaluation is usually a drop in the stock's price — sometimes a rather dramatic one.

Currency Overvaluation

Business / Finance / Currency Overvaluation: An option to buy or sell a foreign currency. MORE

Expansive Mood

Science / Psychiatry / Expansive Mood: Lack of restraint in expressing ones feelings, frequently with an overvaluation of ones significance or importance. irritable Easily annoyed and provoked to anger. MORE

Underwithholding

Business / Finance / Underwithholding: A stock price perceived to be too low or cheap, as indicated by a particular valuation model. For instance, some might consider a particular company's stock price cheap if the company's price-earnings MORE

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