stock whose value is recognized by the marketplace and factored into its price already. see also overvalued, undervalued.
A stock is considered fully valued when it reaches a price at which analysts think the underlying corporation's fundamental earning power has been recognized by the market. If the price for that stock goes down it is said to be undervalued; if it goes up, the stock is said to be overvalued.
a stock having attained a high enough price, one at which analysts believe the company's fundamental earnings power has been seen by the market.