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v. o·ver·trad·ed, o·ver·trad·ing, o·ver·trades
1. To buy and sell securities too frequently, resulting in excessive volatility or high transaction costs.
2. To exceed the ability of a business to finance its operations by increasing sales too rapidly.
To buy and sell securities in (a market) too frequently.
(Commerce) (intr) (of an enterprise) to trade in excess of capacity or working capital
o•ver•trade (ˌoʊ vərˈtreɪd)
v.i. -trad•ed, -trad•ing.
to trade in excess of one's resources.
Past participle: overtraded
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This store overtraded
last year so we have decided to increase our offer.
Certain titles, such as Daily Sun and some magazines, continued to show growth in a rather mature and often overtraded
industry," Bekker said.
Morrisons has traditionally overtraded
in canned food, giving more space to the category than the other multiples.
Lidl, Aldi and Waitrose heavily overtraded
in bottled water last year, though Asda was the fastest-growing retailer.