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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of misprice.


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  • A year ago it was very speculative -- what I call a mispriced option.

    Be Greedy When Others Are Fearful

  • If the Fed Bonds are predictably mispriced, that is a penny lying on the sidewalk. go pick it up.

    Ferson et al. on Interactions between Data Mining and Spurious Regression « Climate Audit

  • Medicare could also discourage doctors from ordering unnecessary, costly diagnostic tests if it lowers "mispriced" payments to imaging services.

    Panel Lists Ways to Rein in Medicare Costs

  • Another theory suggests that value stocks are frequently "mispriced," perhaps because the market has overreacted to bad news.

    Stocking Up

  • Mr. Buffett wouldn't shy away from picking through some of the bond insurers 'riskier mortgage-related CDO portfolios, including the subprime-backed "mezzanine CDOs," to find loans that have been "mispriced" due to the market panic.

    How the Crunch Is Playing Out

  • Another suggests value stocks are frequently "mispriced," perhaps because the market has overreacted to bad news.

    Revolution on Hold

  • Equities in Russia are "mispriced" relative to the country's bonds more than in any emerging market, and Russian stocks are set to outperform debt and other share indexes as earnings grow,

    The Moscow Times

  • You don't need to know if options are 'mispriced'.

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  • He asserts that at 10x calendar 2010 free cash flow, the stock appears "mispriced" ahead of the company's financial results, which are due December


  • The difference between now and then is that the entire globe's risky assets were "mispriced" downward due to excessive and easily available credit and liquidity, thus as the US goes the world will follow.



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