undervalues, 3rd person singular present; undervalued, past tense; undervalued, past participle; undervaluing, present participle;
Rate (something) insufficiently highly; fail to appreciate
the skills of the housewife remain undervalued in society
Underestimate the financial value of (something)
the company's assets were undervalued in its balance sheet
assign too low a value to; "Don't underestimate the value of this heirloom-you may sell it at a good price"
depreciate: lose in value; "The dollar depreciated again"
(Undervalued) Perceived to be below its value.
(Undervalued) Describing a security that is trading at a lower price than it logically should. Usually determined by the use of a mathematical model.
(Undervalued) A stock price perceived to be too low or cheap, as indicated by a particular valuation model. For instance, some might consider a particular company's stock price cheap if the company's price-earnings ratio is much lower than the industry average. ...
(undervalued) used to describe an asset that is available for purchase at a price lower than it is worth.
(under-valued) The view (after consideration of statistical and fundamental research) that a security or currency is trading below market value.
(undervalued) A stock is considered undervalued by analysts if they believe that its share price is lower than it should be.
(Undervalued) A security that is selling beneath its liquidation value or when analysts believe its price is below what it merits. Amongst other reasons, a stock may be undervalued because the corporation has an inconsistent earnings' history or because the corporation is not well known. ...
(Undervalued) A security selling for less than securities analysts believe it should be, based on the underlying company's fundamental earnings power. ...
(Undervalued) When a currency is trading below purchasing power parity or other valuation metric.
(undervalued) someone doesn't understand how it is good or important