misestimate


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Synonyms for misestimate

to calculate wrongly

to make a mistake in judging

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Synonyms for misestimate

judge incorrectly

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The good news is that those who misestimate their nonmortgage debt are also more likely to take-up an offer of financial coaching.
Because event studies omit most expectation effects, the studies may misestimate the efficacy of asset purchases.
Risk assessment used to be a task of IT personnel who lacked the understanding of the relative value of data and consequently misestimate the consequences of data loss, unavailability or disclosure.
(8) Ellis and Sundmacher demonstrate the implications for scaling financial asset risk when long-term returns do not follow a Gaussian random walk: even small deviations from pure random behavior can lead investors to significantly misestimate their real level of risk.
By implication, studies that fail to consider both types of problems may misestimate their relative importance in sexual development.
If the normality assumption is wrong, many of the models and methodologies applied in the valuation of securities could misestimate the appropriate price of those securities.
Because the LGP targets innovative technologies and the projects will have unique characteristics--varying in size, technology, and experience of the project sponsor--evaluating the risks of individual projects will be complicated and could result in misestimates. The likelihood that DOE will misestimate costs, along with the practice of charging fees to cover the estimated costs, may lead to biases in the projects that receive guarantees.
(I myself may have thought that.) In an economy operating under imperfect knowledge of the economy's future prospects, there is always the possibility that the central bank will seriously misestimate the natural real interest rate.
For investors, two of the most important factors in evaluating life settlements are longevity risk and the potential for medical examiners to systematically misestimate life expectancies.
As a result, Manager has no incentive to misestimate the values of different securities.
Second, if we attempt to model group-level effects with OLS by attaching institutional characteristics to individuals, we will not accurately capture the effect of these characteristics and will misestimate their standard errors (Ethington, 1997).
"You misestimate everything because you can see for 100km and it looks like you could walk it."
And, while they did not significantly misestimate the number of health care providers who are psychologists in this study, in a previous study (Rosenthal, McKnight, & Price, 2001) they did.
At lower velocities, drivers seemed to misestimate the need to brake because of the greater distance between vehicles.
I observed that people gripped by fear misestimate risks, so informing them of the magnitude of risks might have little benefit, as long as they remain fearful.