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Intro to Stocks The stocks are differentiated by quality The blue-chip belongs to an elite type of stock The term acme from poker where the blue-chips carry the highest value This stock is of a corporation with growth of profit consistent dividend pay-out Well known blue-chip stocks are IBM ATT Coca-Cola General Electric and McDonalds These corporations are known to be the leaders in the belonging industries and for their long-term growth The main downside is that since they are so large they have little room to appreciate compared to smaller up-and-coming stocks Penny stocks are so named because their shares can often be had for mere pennies Penny stocks have enormous growth potential There may be good reasons that the stock is depressed in the first place such as company may be too new to have gained investor confidence However penny stocks offer a potential for big rewards The trick is to find a diamond in the rough Income stocks are those stocks that pay higher-than-average dividends over a sustained period Utilities and telephone company stocks are often classified as income stocks These stocks with investors who want steady income for a long time and who do not need much growth in their stocks value Value stocks are the stocks that are currently selling at a low price Those who buy value stocks believe that these stocks are only temporarily out of favor and will soon experience great growth Factors such as new management a new product or operations that are more efficient may make a value stock grow quickly Market capitalization- cap is short for capitalization which is a market value of a companys stock Capitalization gives a picture of a companys size Small- cap less than 500 million Mid- cap between 500 and 3 billion Large-cap over 3 billion Small-cap
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