Depressed price

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Depressed price

In the context of stocks, stock whose market price is low in comparison to stocks in its sector.

Depressed Price

A price for a stock that is lower than other stocks in the same or similar markets. Bargain hunters and bottom fishers often buy securities with depressed prices on the assumption that they are undervalued, which will cause higher prices. A depressed price occurs especially in a buyer's market.
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Our analysts predict ADBE should continue the current price momentum and see depressed prices, as predicted by the recent near-term stochastic indicator.
Very soft markets have depressed prices and have hurt the excellent turnaround effort by the employees, who are producing consistently high-quality paper and finding cost reductions.
We predict the stock should sustain the current price trend and see depressed prices, in accordance with the stock's most recent near-term stochastic chart.
Our researchers are of the opinion that the stock will keep up the recent trend and see depressed prices, based on ONE's newest short-term stochastic chart.
The Trust began a major apartment acquisition drive in the spring of 1991 to take advantage of depressed prices.
Our researchers forecast the stock will continue the current market action and see depressed prices, based on Q's recent short-term stochastic index.
Ross added that extending the time S&Ls have to divest themselves of investments in real estate development subsidiaries could avoid further disruption in the real estate industry caused by dispositions at depressed prices.
Our researchers forecast the stock should persist with the recent trade activity and see depressed prices, as indicated by the most recent short-term stochastic reading.
Meanwhile, our analysts believe the stock should sustain the current price trend and see depressed prices, based on INTC's new near-term stochastic reading.
Our analysts think NOK should sustain the recent price direction and see depressed prices, as predicted by the stock's recent short-term stochastic mark.
The suit went on to say that the company artificially depressed prices by using its captive supply to avoid higher prices on the cash market.
After three consecutive crop years between 1999 and 2001 of unjustifiably depressed prices of less than $1.