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.
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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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"They have to value these people, and I don't know that they're fully valued," said Greg Conti of IronNet.
Additionally, Horan sees this merger as negative for the tower and cable stocks, all of which are fully valued. He has an Outperform rating and a $90 price target on T-Mobile's shares.
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This, coupled with fully valued equities, geopolitical risks, and a downward trend in mine supply, will see increasing pressure to buy gold, he added.
Within equities, for example, we can seek out opportunities that are less fully valued, and yet also exposed to potential catalysts for further growth, such as US tax reform or the economic recovery in Europe.
Cash is earning them very little, gilts and bonds are fully valued, property is the same which leaves equities.
Also, a monthly Reuters poll of Middle East fund managers, conducted at end-December 2016, found many believing Saudi stocks were fully valued after a strong rally in the past few months, and not intending to add to their portfolios in the next three months.
Given that the overall market was now fully valued, she said the challenge to investors would be to do their homework in stock picking, focusing their attention on stocks that deliver double-digit earnings growth, good dividend yield, low valuation and strong balance sheet.
Mr Donnell continued: "The decision to leave the EU will be most keenly felt in the London housing market which is fully valued and already facing headwinds.
Morningstar reported Monday that the S&P 500, after making up most of its losses from the August correction "once again looks fully valued." And Marty Sass, a perennial stock market bull and chairman and CEO of investment management firm M.D.
Both had titles of leadership within the communities that were equally important and fully valued.

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