Did you mayhaps mean outperforming?
- n. The act or state of outperforming
- out- + performance (Wiktionary)
“Japan is still the cheapest developed market in the world and, notwithstanding recent events, we think it could be set for longer-term outperformance," he said in a note to investors.”
“That's because even though the stock market is dominated by mining firms in the midst of a boom, several factors are weighing on the actual securities these days and will likely prevent any long-term outperformance.”
“But the long-term outperformance of the stock market isn't just some pattern that people have happened to notice; there are good underlying reasons to expect it all other things being equal, in a market where there's enough smart money, etc. because stocks have higher volatility.”
“As far as I can see, everything written above here is as though the long-term outperformance of the stock market is just some historical pattern that people have happened to notice that might well go away in the future, like Dogs of the Dow or different returns on different exchanges or whatever.”
“Short-term outperformance alone is not a sell sign.”
“The moves may have launched many stocks higher, but it's to be seen whether they will they will generate long-term outperformance.”
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