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Market condition where an asset has risen sharply in price absent a change in the fundamentals of the asset.[1] For example: The price of a a grain contract moves up sharply without either an increase in demand, a supply interruption, or a production decrease. Traders would likely characterize the market as overbought.


  1. Overbought. Investopedia.