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overconcentrated

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  • adjective Excessively concentrated

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Examples

  • First, these funds have overconcentrated the ownership of thinly traded stocks.

    Are ETFs a Menace

  • As you can see, the industry was already overconcentrated before the acquisition, with way too many locations dependent on just a few vendors.

    Printing: BlackBoxVoting's Bev Harris Walks Us Through the DOJ Anti-Trust Probe of ES&S

  • As you can see, the industry was already overconcentrated before the acquisition, with way too many locations dependent on just a few vendors.

    BlackBoxVoting's Bev Harris Walks Us Through the DOJ Anti-Trust Probe of ES&S

  • Of the total value in manufacturing, 71.4 percent is overconcentrated in Metro Manila, Southern Tagalog and Central Luzon.

    Introduction to Philippine Economy and Politics - Jose Maria Sison CPP

  • "When the sector changes you find yourself overconcentrated."

    Tech Funds

  • Second, complaints about overconcentrated media are really complaints about what's on the air — and the content of news or entertainment should not be the government's concern.

    The Age of Murdoch

  • Second, complaints about overconcentrated media are really complaints about what's on the air — and the content of news or entertainment should not be the government's concern.

    The Age of Murdoch

  • Senator Edward M. Kennedy has put forward a plan where we require 401k plans with assets that are overconcentrated in company stock to insure against corporate wrongdoing and require those plans to give workers quarterly benefit statements with a special “overconcentration notice” when company stock exceeds 20 percent of total investments.

    Had Enough?

  • As we saw just recently in the bankruptcy of Enron, we found that many people are overconcentrated in the company's stock, maybe because the company matches their investment in stock.

    CNN Transcript Dec 26, 2001

  • This multiplicity is not only of importance for the understanding of human knowledge, but also for the examination of the style of our schools, which by tradition and current emphasis are grossly overconcentrated on verbal and symbolic skills unrelated to the more constructive and esthetic modes.

    A Psychological Issue

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