misvalue

mis·val·ue

 (mĭs-văl′yo͞o)
tr.v. mis·val·ued, mis·val·u·ing, mis·val·ues
To value or estimate incorrectly, especially to undervalue: The art critics had misvalued his work for years.

misvalue

(ˌmɪsˈvæljuː)
vb (tr)
to value or appraise wrongly

misvalue


Past participle: misvalued
Gerund: misvaluing

Imperative
misvalue
misvalue
Present
I misvalue
you misvalue
he/she/it misvalues
we misvalue
you misvalue
they misvalue
Preterite
I misvalued
you misvalued
he/she/it misvalued
we misvalued
you misvalued
they misvalued
Present Continuous
I am misvaluing
you are misvaluing
he/she/it is misvaluing
we are misvaluing
you are misvaluing
they are misvaluing
Present Perfect
I have misvalued
you have misvalued
he/she/it has misvalued
we have misvalued
you have misvalued
they have misvalued
Past Continuous
I was misvaluing
you were misvaluing
he/she/it was misvaluing
we were misvaluing
you were misvaluing
they were misvaluing
Past Perfect
I had misvalued
you had misvalued
he/she/it had misvalued
we had misvalued
you had misvalued
they had misvalued
Future
I will misvalue
you will misvalue
he/she/it will misvalue
we will misvalue
you will misvalue
they will misvalue
Future Perfect
I will have misvalued
you will have misvalued
he/she/it will have misvalued
we will have misvalued
you will have misvalued
they will have misvalued
Future Continuous
I will be misvaluing
you will be misvaluing
he/she/it will be misvaluing
we will be misvaluing
you will be misvaluing
they will be misvaluing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misvaluing
you have been misvaluing
he/she/it has been misvaluing
we have been misvaluing
you have been misvaluing
they have been misvaluing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misvaluing
you will have been misvaluing
he/she/it will have been misvaluing
we will have been misvaluing
you will have been misvaluing
they will have been misvaluing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misvaluing
you had been misvaluing
he/she/it had been misvaluing
we had been misvaluing
you had been misvaluing
they had been misvaluing
Conditional
I would misvalue
you would misvalue
he/she/it would misvalue
we would misvalue
you would misvalue
they would misvalue
Past Conditional
I would have misvalued
you would have misvalued
he/she/it would have misvalued
we would have misvalued
you would have misvalued
they would have misvalued
References in periodicals archive ?
They misvalue the risks and the opportunities for environmental, social and governance factors.
The corporation's false statements may influence traders in the secondary market and cause them to misvalue the corporation's securities.
care but ignore or misvalue some risks when they impose liability.
In an inefficient stock market, investors may misvalue the information content of accounting disclosures, which would in turn lead them to incorrect predictions and decisions (Botosan, 1997).
However, even assuming that reliable base rate information is available and admissible, without the qualitative insights that emerge from Bayesian analysis there is a significant danger that the fact-finder will misvalue it.
This type of research has led Damaska to conclude that professional judges may also easily misvalue excluded evidence such as hearsay: Mirjan Damaska, Evidence Law Adrift (1997) 30-2.
If he forecasts GAAP earnings, will he misvalue the firm because GAAP earnings are deficient?
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135, 138-39 (1993) (noting that a "self-serving bias" will cause parties to misvalue litigation in their favor).
Without any small business exception (or a very small one), taxpayers will be able to misvalue assets like the rented room in the above example to reduce taxes.
They say things like: We are entitled to fight unreasonable regulations or overreaching discovery requests or unscrupulous opponents with obstructive tactics; we would be foolish to insist to our clients that they strictly comply with underenforced laws that everyone else routinely ignores; juries are likely to misvalue certain kinds of evidence so every tactic designed to keep them from hearing it is justified; totally scorched-earth criminal defense is justified because prosecutors have an overwhelming advantage, juries don't understand burden-of-proof instructions, sentences are hideously excessive and prisons area nightmare that almost nobody should have to endure.
2004) also suggest that because investors have limited attention, they tend to misvalue firms with large abnormal accruals.