Ahead of itself

Ahead of itself

In context of general equities, refers to equities that are overbought or oversold on a fundamental basis.
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Fifty-three percent of survey respondents believe the hype surrounding the IoT market has gotten ahead of itself, a rate comparable to the findings in CompTIA's 2014 survey.
It's possible Microsoft is getting ahead of itself - its Windows 10 program for smartphones is still being developed - but there's a sense the company has realized it's come late to the party and must start catching up sooner rather than later.
We're skipping forward a bit here but sit in on Ian Carroll's self-proclaimed 'kitchen-sink drama with a difference' and you'll find history getting ahead of itself there as well.
Jones mused out loud whether that might be the state of the church today--in a fog and caught up in a world that always seems to be ahead of itself.
It was years ahead of itself, it was to be a multi-functional space for growing food, offering people work experience opportunities, getting breakfast clubs running, which is something the Huddersfield Town Foundation is doing now, having bike maintenance projects, which is what Streetbikes are doing now.
Clearly, the market was not being allowed to get ahead of itself.
But the team should not get too far ahead of itself.
Notwithstanding the many positives, occupier demand in the north east has yet to catch up with investor appetite and despite the weight of money that continues to pour into institutional and private equity coffers, fund managers are beginning to question whether the market has gotten ahead of itself.
Africa's debt and government deficits are starting to worry investors, who have suddenly grasped that the Africa good news story may have got a little ahead of itself.
I think the market is getting ahead of itself on the timing and likelihood of LTROs," said RBS's Barwell.
As anticipated, the PVC splitter shoved the ductile iron ahead of itself.
The pace of change and the desire by regulators to safeguard financial stability at all costs means that the regulatory timetable is getting far ahead of itself," said Giles Williams, partner in Financial Services at KPMG.