Example sentences for: outperform

How can you use “outperform” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • They say they know that over the next 20 years, if not for the next few years, they will be safe in predicting that stocks will outperform bonds no matter what the short-term turbulence.

  • "Neutral" is generally understood to mean "sell," "outperform" to mean "your call," and "accumulate" to mean "you might want to buy it if you have extra money lying around."

  • A front page WSJ feature looks past such arcana as pricing structures and inventory management to find a simpler reason why discount retailers consistently outperform traditional department stores: The former, but not the latter, provide customers with shopping carts.

  • It is first when comparative studies take all these pros and cons into consideration, as we know whether resin bonded alumina or zirconia copings outperform zinc phosphate cemented alumina or zirconia copings.

  • As more people drop out of the competition to outperform, the marginal research and trading value of the decreasing number of active investors will become significant, and they will begin to beat the market.


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