Did you possibly mean misplacing?
“He and some other fund managers say a longer-term mispricing of Japanese stocks is likely to lure even more international investment.”
“In both areas the ultimate source of the mispricing is the same: government.”
“If only one word is to be used to describe what Baupost does, that word should be "mispricing", due to overreaction.”
“But there is little evidence that reflects a mispricing of the sector.”
“This type of multiparty solution would have bee n bogged down in 2009 with mispricing, and impatience, and an overall inability for both sides to gamble on bold moves," says Douglas Harmon of Eastdil Secured, who, with Adam Spies , represented the main mortgage holder, the Royal Bank of Canada , in the restructuring.”
“The danger of both massive mispricing and actual manipulation should be obvious.”
“Deliberate Mispricing' The write-down was an attempt to correct "months of deliberate mispricing," the SEC alleged.”
“The contention was that the bankers underpriced LinkedIn at $45 since the stock more than doubled on the first day of listing and this mispricing was intentionally done to favor the banks' investor clients.”
“LinkedIn's stunning debut on listing led to many charging bankers on the deal with mispricing initial share sales at the cost of the issuer.”
“We decompose the price-rent ratio into a rational component meant to capture the “proxy effect” and risk premia and an implied mispricing.”
Looking for tweets for mispricing.