I understand the market value's the price something can be sold at any given time, it's a fair price and one the seller and buyer agrees to. But if a market value is overextended, what would that mean? That the price of the good is even lower? I'm thinking of overextending as taking on more than you can handle, so if the market value's a certain price then overextending it would mean you're decreasing it more. Is this correct? Is overextension of market value good or bad? Pls help!