Overreaction refers to the thesis that investors will tend to overreact to new market information, causing an asset’s price to rise or fall abruptly and thus failing to accurately represent true prices, especially after sensitive events or news releases. This movement away from an asset’s true value is not typically a long lasting one, as time passes it will gradually reach an equilibrium which is representative of the assets real value.

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