Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of misprice.
  • n. A situation in which something has been mispriced

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Examples

  • He and some other fund managers say a longer-term mispricing of Japanese stocks is likely to lure even more international investment.

    Buying Japan Once Again

  • In both areas the ultimate source of the mispricing is the same: government.

    John Goodman's Health Policy Blog

  • If only one word is to be used to describe what Baupost does, that word should be "mispricing", due to overreaction.

    Forbes.com: News

  • But there is little evidence that reflects a mispricing of the sector.

    Europe's Telecoms Hope for AT&T Ripples

  • "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.

    Building Seeks New Gloss

  • The danger of both massive mispricing and actual manipulation should be obvious.

    Thoughts on Dubai « View From a Height

  • 'Deliberate Mispricing' The write-down was an attempt to correct "months of deliberate mispricing," the SEC alleged.

    Mutual Funds' Muni-Debt Prices Are Questioned

  • 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.

    IPO Price is a Balancing Act

  • 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.

    IPO Price is a Balancing Act

  • We decompose the price-rent ratio into a rational component –meant to capture the “proxy effect” and risk premia –and an implied mispricing.

    Matthew Yglesias » (Part of) The Case for Higher Inflation

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