Priced Out

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Definition: Priced Out

Priced Out is a state of incapability to invest in a certain market because of it being too expensive. It means it was priced out of the range that someone could have afforded.

Priced out is a concept which actually signifies the efficiency of a market. The faster a share or a stock is priced out, the more expensive and desirable it becomes bring in more capitalization. But sometimes it could also mean that the target investors may not be able to afford and this can mean opposite phenomenon. 

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