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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As such, the measure will have some clear thresholds of what determines underperforming, performing, or overperforming.
Brad Haddin has relished his contests with England over the years, overperforming against his career stats more often than not.
If two loan officers are seeing 5 percent year-over-year growth, but one is in a market growing at 20 percent and the other is in a shrinking market, the first one is underperforming and the second is overperforming," says Nossuli.
And United - barring what now must be acknowledged to be a freak set of results masterminded by an overperforming Alan Pardew (pictured below) on a hot streak - weren't even that good before they embarked on this miserable run.
In a series of interlinked short pieces, the father maintains a facade of forced jollity as he introduces his malformed boy to life's "finer things," overperforming rituals of male bonding in deep denial.
0 Proud Alloa boss Paul Hartley admits his team are overperforming after they moved up to fourth with victory over Kenny Shiels' new club.
The figures are buried in the Statistical Yearbook of the British Film Industry in a series of tables showing the top five overperforming films in different regions of Britain in 2012.
Overperforming CD is undesirable for many reasons, including long-term side effects and increased costs (Hall and Bewley 1999; Wagner 2000; Villar et al.
It seems more likely to be the case that pre-season predictions of doom were off the mark (and we had them pegged for the top ten in our ante-post preview) rather than the Baggies hugely overperforming during the first part of the campaign and it's interesting to see how the markets have reacted to their assault on the European places.
Indeed, as a study for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade shows, Canadian firms are overperforming in China and other Asian markets and underperforming in more mature markets, including in the United States (Vesselovsky 2009).
An indignant Distin said: "I can never understand what is meant by overperforming.