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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misprice.


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  • Far too often the market simply misprices the weaker of the two, giving it too much credit.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

  • Unlike the supermarket, where there are scanning devices and checkers to be sure the store is selling the product for the right price, our store at Broad and Wall often misprices things.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

  • It randomizes factor mispricing and thus is an attractive option for proponents of the theory that the market is inefficient and at times misprices factors. Home Page

  • "They obviously think that the market misprices the group in its current form," said Prasad Patkar, who helps manage about $1.8 billion at Platypus Asset Management in -- Top News

  • We believe the market frequently misprices fundamental fair value in individual companies - for instance, overestimating or underestimating the likelihood that a company will be able to refinance its debt.

    NYT > Home Page

  • We are starting the new content creation business in a market that has gone through a consolidation phase, but at the same time very often misprices itself.

  • "Normally, first to default trades are viewed as the riskiest trades, and junk debt is viewed as the riskiest kind of asset; but Warren builds in a margin of safety that makes this a wise investment as long as Wall Street misprices the risk." The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • But you can make a perfectly logical distinction between mispriced stocks and misprices mortgage-backed securities and collateralised debt obligations.

    The Daily Reckoning Australia


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