Overexposure

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Overexposure

The state of taking on too much risk. One may be overexposed to an industry, a company or even an investment vehicle. For example, a mutual fund may be overexposed to the financial sector by buying too many stocks in banks relative to its stocks in other industries.
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The danger is overexposing a sport that is now televised 12 months a year.
You walk a fine line between overexposing something and wanting everyone to know about it, and you're limited because the film usually isn't completed,'' he explained.
As a filmmaker, Silver is infatuated with the flat, white, sun-blasted visual qualities of the boulevard, which cinematographer Tom Richmond (``Little Odessa'') effectively captures, partly by overexposing the film.