High-Valuation Stock

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High-Valuation Stock

An expensive stock compared to others, especially others in the same sector. Generally, a high-valuation stock has a comparatively high price-earnings ratio. Analysts may recommend a high-valuation stock if the price is expected to continue to rise.
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The analyst states that his caution is driven by concerns around 8-bit MCU and isolation in the China market, adding that high-valuation stocks like Silicon Labs with historical multiples in 25- to 28-times range are "vulnerable to share price declines in this uncertain economic climate".