fully valued

Fully valued

Used in the context of general equities. Said of a stock that has reached a price at which analysts think the underlying company's fundamental earnings power has been fully recognized by the market.

fully valued

Of or relating to a stock that is selling at a price most analysts believe fully reflects the company's asset values and earnings potential. If a stock is in fact fully valued, it generally has limited appreciation potential.
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Both had titles of leadership within the communities that were equally important and fully valued.
If you look at our culture, women, children and people of color are still not fully valued.
easing in the US, increasing geo-political risks and fully valued equity
The creation of the ASPA LGBT Advocacy Alliance Section sends a strong message to ASPA members and the public administration community at large that our organization is finally on the road to inclusiveness for all members, and LGBT persons and supporters are fully valued and integrated into ASPA.
The "2,000 [level] has no fundamental significance outside of suggesting that stocks are fully valued and getting more so all the time," said David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial in Boston.
Analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald said the shares were fully valued after a run in which the airline is now a well-established member of the FTSE 100 Index.
Yolande Barnes, Director, Savills World Research, who conducted the analysis said: "As prime real estate in many premier cities has become more fully valued, emboldened investors are now spreading their wings and looking for high yielding secondary properties in those cities as well as starting to consider the value of second-tier cities in counties with strengthening economies.
If it begins to rise as they taper, those rates would have to rise to over 4%, closer to 5%, our model tells us, before the stock market would be fully valued on 2014 earnings.
Bill Maldonado, chief investment officer in Asia-Pacific for HSBC Global, said, 'Valuations and profitability are very good in emerging markets and right now developed markets are looking pretty fully valued.
stocks still look reasonable compared to history, they are looking fully valued relative to an environment of 2% growth.
Moreover, the services provided by forests are still taken for granted, not fully valued or captured by markets.