Overperform

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Overperform

To appreciate at a rate faster than appreciation of the overall market.

Overperform

To perform better than the market as a whole for a stated period of time. To overperform does not necessarily mean to perform well. For example, if the market is expected to go down significantly, a stock may be said to overperform even if it dips slightly, provided it does not dip as far as the market as a whole.
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In this model, if [alpha] (alpha) is significantly positive, the trading strategy could beat the market in the sense that it overperforms the market.
Japan, Australia, Turkey and Even Iraq Are Destined to Become the Kings of the World's Most Popular Sport, in which the numbers prove that the English side actually overperforms at international tournaments.
The Co-operative Group consistently overperforms on confectionery, with 8.
Speaking here about Berkshire Hathaway, his giant investment company, he points out the obvious: "When the stock temporarily overperforms or underperforms the business, a limited number of shareholders--either sellers or buyers--receive outsized benefits at the expense of those they trade with.
10 Tanners) is very elegant, polished and overperforms.
Understeering is when a car underperforms to your steering and the front tires skid; over steering is when a car overperforms and the rear tires skid.
Therefore, the evolution of ENDESA Italia during the first half of 2003 confirms that the company overperforms its business plan.
It has a full-blown rich texture, and overperforms at the price.