UK Accounting Glossary
A stock that is fully valued is priced at a level that an investor feels reflects its true intrinsic value. If a stock is widely perceived by the market as being fully valued then it is unlikely that its price will change substantially unless its perceived value alters. Different investors can value a stock differently, so even a stock that is considered fully valued by one investor may not be perceived as being fully valued by another. Normally a determination of whether or not a stock is fully valued is made through a fundamental analysis of the underlying company. While a fully valued stock is less likely to experience significant appreciation in value, some investors may be willing to invest in fully valued stocks for their stability as well as any dividends they might pay.
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This glossary post was last updated: 9th February 2020.