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Definition of the noun Outperformance

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  1. The act or state of outperforming

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Google previewThe Small-Cap Advantage (2011)

How Top Endowments and Foundations Turn Small Stocks into Big Returns by Brian Bares

For those investors who equate volatility with risk, the underlying reason for small stock outperformance is that many of the constituent companies are new, untested, and on shaky financial footing. This argument conveniently dovetails with the ...

Google previewThe Power of Passive Investing (2010)

More Wealth with Less Work by Richard A. Ferri

Value stocks have outperformed growth stocks by a wide margin, and this outperformance is a result of a new risk factor that's independent of beta and firm size. The Three Factor Model Eugene Fama and Kenneth French compiled the three ...

Google previewDictionary of Financial Risk Management (1999)

by Gary L. Gastineau, Mark P. Kritzman

Outperformance Option (diagram). Contingent Payout Option (diagram). Contingent Currency Option, Contingent Exchange Option. Multi-Index Option: An outperformance option with a payoff determined by the ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Derivatives (1995)

by Andrew Inglis-Taylor

Outperformance option. This type of contract pays the difference between the returns on two single stocks or sector groups. It enables more precise positions to be taken on the likely performance of the equity market. An investor who expects a ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English (2017)

by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

rm, -Z, -in, -d outperformance BR ...

Google previewDictionary of Finance, Investment and Banking (2016)

by E. Banks

See also OUTPERFORMANCE OPTION, SPREAD OPTION. UNDERSTANDABILITY Aprinciple of ACCOUNTING indicating that financial terms and information must be presented in a way that can be understood by an individual with some ...

Google previewNew Oxford Rhyming Dictionary (2012)

by Oxford University Press

conforma nce, Outperformance, performance . adamance .penance .ordinance . eminence .imminence . dominance, prominence . abstinence . maintenance . continence .countenance . sustenance . appu rtena nce, impertinence, ...

Google previewDictionary of Finance and Investment Terms (2010)

SECTOR NEUTRAL INDEXING type of ENHANCED INDEXING where sectors comprising an index are replicated but individual stocks are varied with the aim of outperformance. SECTOR ROTATION stock investment strategy in which money ...

Google previewElgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, Second Edition (2012)

by J. M. Smits

issues, which they call 'high sustainability' companies, show financial outperformance, and a stock-market and accounting value premium, after three years (Eccles, Ioannou and Serafeim, 2011).

Google previewFinancial Lexicon (2004)

A Compendium of Financial Definitions, Acronyms, and Colloquialisms by E. Banks


Google previewEncyclopedia of Financial Models, 3 Volume Set (2012)

by Frank J. Fabozzi

The largest underperformance against the benchmark appeared in September 2008, followed by thelargest outperformance two months after, bothat around 20basis points. This analysis hassome limitations, especially for the portfolio under ...

Google previewDictionary of Finance and Investment Terms, 9th ed. (2014)

by John Downes, Jordan Goodman

It is independent of the desired market exposure and aimed at realizing the potential for excess return that will represent outperformance.

Google previewRoutledge Encyclopedia of Translation Technology (2014)

by Sin-Wai Chan

illustrated the outperformance of semisupervised learning with EM training over a number of other strategies using SVM.

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Book & CD-ROM Set by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

derivatives outperformance n. outplacement n. the provision of assistance to redundant employees in finding new employment. outplay v. play better than. outpoint v. Boxing defeat on points. outpoll /aʊtˈpəʊl/ v. receive more votes than .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology (2016)

the outperformance of intermediate hybrid cyprinid fish (Gila seminude) in the ...

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The value of this 14-letter word is 23 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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