Definition of "oversold"
  1. A state in the market where prices have fallen significantly and rapidly, often beyond what's supported by fundamental factors, causing a change in trader sentiment from negative to positive
How to use "oversold" in a sentence
  1. Investors perceived the stock as oversold, hence the sudden buying frenzy.
  2. The rapid drop in the company's stock value led to an oversold scenario, sparking renewed buyer interest.
  3. The bond market was oversold, triggering a reversal of the bearish mood among traders.

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