A market theory that states that investors and traders react excessively to new information about a given security. This will cause the price of the security to change radically, so that the price will not fully reflect the true value of the security immediately following the event. Normally, the price swing from overreaction is not long lasting, as the stock price will tend to return back to its true value over time.
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