Upside

Upside
The potential dollar or percentage amount by which the market or a stock could rise. This is basically an educated guess on how high a stock could go in the near future.

The upside can be derived through either technical analysis or fundamental analysis techniques. The estimate is used to get an idea of the attractiveness of an investment. The greater the potential dollar or percentage rise, the bigger the upside for the investment.

For example, if a company has risen 100% in a short period of time based on a new product line, some people may feel that the company has limited upside in the near future as it has already had a strong run.


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  • Upside — Up side , n. 1. The upper side; the part that is uppermost. [1913 Webster] 2. the benefits; the positive features; said of a situation or event that has both positive (good) and negative (bad) aspects. [PJC] {To be upsides with}, to be even with …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • upside — 1610s, upper side or surface, from UP (Cf. up) + SIDE (Cf. side). Phrase upside (someone s) head in reference to a blow to the head is recorded from 1970, U.S. black slang …   Etymology dictionary

  • upside — upside1 [up′sīd΄] prep. [Chiefly Dial.] on or against the side of: mainly in the phrase upside the (or someone s) head upside2 [up′sīd΄] n. 1. the upper side or part 2. appreciation or gain, as on an investment: often used attributively 3. any or …   English World dictionary

  • upside — ► NOUN ▪ the positive aspect of something …   English terms dictionary

  • upside — I. noun Etymology: 2up + 1side Date: 1927 1. an upward trend (as of prices) 2. a. a positive aspect b. promise, potential < a young star with lots of upside > II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • upside — up|side1 [ˈʌpsaıd] n [singular] especially AmE the positive part of a situation that is generally bad ≠ ↑downside ▪ The upside of the whole thing is that we got a free trip to Jamaica. upside 2 upside2 prep upside the head/face etc AmE informal… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • upside — up|side1 [ ʌp,saıd ] noun singular the positive aspect of a bad situation: The upside is, I don t have to go back there again. ─ opposite DOWNSIDE upside up|side 2 [ ʌp,saıd ] preposition slap/hit someone upside the head AMERICAN VERY INFORMAL to …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • upside — /up suyd /, n. 1. the upper side or part. 2. that part of a chart or graph that shows a higher level, esp. in price. 3. an upward trend, as in stock prices. 4. a positive result. 5. an encouraging or positive aspect. 6. get upsides with, Brit. to …   Universalium

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