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underperformances

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  • n. Plural form of underperformance.

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Examples

  • The recent underperformances offer ammunition to indexing advocates, who argue that most active managers don't beat their index benchmarks over the long term, and that investors should therefore stick with low-cost index funds and exchange-traded funds whenever possible.

    When 'Focused' Funds Falter

  • A few more underperformances in November and they'll want to do away with them entirely.

    "Will a Democratic victory in today's election suddenly restore the integrity of America's political system...?"

  • Josh Johnson on Opening Day, but manager Jerry Manuel has tweaked the rest of his rotation after a string of underperformances, team sources said.

    ESPN.com

  • Josh Johnson on Opening Day, but manager Jerry Manuel has tweaked the Mets 'order of the rest of his rotation after a string of underperformances, team sources said.

    ESPN.com

  • Risk is measured by maximum loss during periods of underperformances.

    GuruFocus Updates

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