Term:UNDER-PRICED

A security which is below its “real” value. Obviously, the real value of a share (or any other security) is a matter of opinion, so a share can be under-priced for some analysts and over-priced for others at the same time.  There can be little doubt, however, that share prices often do not represent the true value of a company. Indeed, investors are continuously looking for under-priced opportunities in the market.

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