Said of a stock when it has reached its 'true value'.

A stock is said to be 'fully valued' when it has reached the price at which most analysts believe that the underlying company's asset values and earnings power have been fully recognized by the market. In theory, this means (assuming that the analysts are correct) that the stock is not going to go up in value any more -- although often a stock is overbought.

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