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Within investing, upside refers to a projection as to how much the value of a share price could increase – its ‘upside’ potential.

For example, if a share price has grown 150% in the past year due to the launch of a new product with a limited lifespan, some analysts may take a view that it has limited upside potential due to dependence on the product.