Definitions

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  • adj. Not adequately followed; having too small a following.

Etymologies

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under- +‎ followed

Examples

  • "They also are often overlooked and underfollowed, which means our target sectors tend to offer more inefficiencies and opportunities."

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  • Further, the triple net segment of the REIT sector is typically underfollowed and can provide a stable, higher yield core holding in a fixed income portfolio.

  • This small research note on Primero is aimed to add a few perspectives on this underfollowed Goldcorp divestiture - something to put Primero on the radar screen of serious investors, who might disagree with me and chime in with what they know.

  • They tend to be misunderstood and underfollowed because of the taint of the bankruptcy filing, and those things tend to lead to higher returns than the market.

  • Before you start saying that the rest of the stock market is boring -- though you're probably not saying that any longer -- let us introduce you to some underfollowed small caps.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • Now, just because a company is underfollowed doesn't mean it's a diamond in the rough just waiting to be discovered.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • CAPS member ustaknow believes that in addition to the foregoing, Questcor's status as an underfollowed stock among analysts could provide another catalyst:

    Fool.com Headlines

  • His persistence was rewarded handsomely, particularly in tiny, underfollowed companies.

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  • Boring and underfollowed, IBA has been a relative dog throughout the recovery and meets our assessments for being both cheap and safe.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • My favorite use of insider data is to find undervalued, underfollowed smaller firms that I think have great risk-reward characteristics.

    Insiders Are Still Dialed In to Verizon - Yahoo! Finance

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