Reviewed by Vineeth | Updated on Aug 01, 2021



When comparing performances of two or more assets, if one performs better than others, then that asset is said to have outperformed the other assets.

What is Outperform?

If the stocks of particular market capitalisation, say small-cap, performs exceptionally better than an index ABC, then the stocks of the market capitalisation are said to have outperformed the ABC index.

Highlights of Outperform

  1. Market analysts used 'outperform' to rate the performance of securities.

  2. 'Outperform' is used to compare the performance of securities.

  3. A firm manages to outperform its competitors by managing its production and increasing profitability.

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