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5 Types Of Stocks: How Many Do You Know?

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1. Growth Stocks

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A growth stock is any share in a company that is anticipated to grow at a rate significantly above the average growth for the market.  These stocks generally do not pay dividends.

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2. Value Stocks

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A value stock refers to shares of a company that appears to trade at a lower price relative to its fundamentals, such as dividends, earnings, or sales, making it appealing to value investors. A value stock can generally be contrasted with a growth stock.

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3. Dividend Stocks

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Dividend stocks are companies that pay out regular dividends. Dividend stocks are usually well-established companies with a track record of distributing earnings back to shareholders.

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4. Blue-Chip Stocks

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A blue chip stock is a huge company with an excellent reputation. These are typically large, well-established, and financially sound companies that have operated for many years and that have dependable earnings, often paying dividends to investors

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5. Penny Stocks

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There is no theoretical definition for penny stocks. However, stocks in single-digit prices or below Rs 10 are bracketed in this club. ETMarkets has considered companies that had a market capitalisation of less than Rs 1,000 crore as at March 31, 2022

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