Overperform

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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And now here they are, threatening to overperform and maybe even flirt with the .
At that time, OnePlus admitted to rigging handsets to overperform during benchmarks, but now the Chinese manufacturer insists there is no wrongdoing on its part.
It doesn't hurt that Yamazaki, Hirose, Ishii and Nakagawa are likable actors who judiciously resist the urge to overperform.
But he might overperform in Rust Belt states where the white working class is still a residually liberal swing vote, and where there are a lot of disaffected independents who sat out 2012.
Farah's gold was also remarkable because it meant Britain drew level with the tally of 65 medals they won in London 2012 as hosts, when they had been considered to overperform.
We did not find that focused portfolios overperform, so we believe that behavioral biases prevail over a disciplined asset allocation approach.
But the family drought may leave room for slightly older-skewing films to overperform in the family segment.
Since 1984, awarded with over 30 patents for innovation, Posiflex touch screen terminals are overbuilt to overperform.
We expect the government to overperform this year's budget deficit target of 1.
Should this overperformance continue in the following months, current spending will overperform on an annual basis C* without additional measures," Altafaj said.