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Different Types of Shares

 


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You should first find out the share type and then invest in the share. This avoids disappointment later. The different types of shares are:

Blue chip stocks: These are companies with solid foundations and which have decades and centuries of history. These are low growth companies. But these will give you a stabilized return. These have consistent dividend paying history. These companies are diversified into various sectors and hence are good bets to invest for the long term. The Dow 30 consists of most of these stocks. These companies have lower and stabilized growth but they are safer bets over the long term to park your money and can give surprising compound annual returns over the long term.

Growth stocks: These are in great flavour. These are companies which show high growth in their turn over as well as share price. These companies are in the buzzing sectors of the economy. Generally these are not as old as the blue chip ones. These are very expensive in terms of the price to earning multiple as compared to the other stabilized companies. They can have huge ups and down in their stock price in a few trading sessions due to the large trader interests. All the blue chip stocks go through this phase before stabilizing. Negative news related to these companies can set back the price of these stocks by a vast amount.

Speculative stocks:

These are companies with no real fundamental logic. Their stock prices defy the conventional logic. The stock price of these types of companies rises and fall a lot during single trading sessions. The stock prices of these companies are controlled by the huge manipulation in buying and selling of shares rather than by the fundamentals. These types of stocks are very risky and are great money losers. You need to avoid such stocks. This category of stocks consists of stocks priced below 5$.

Range bound shares: The price of these shares doesn't fall or rise too much. These basically remain range bound within 10% range. These types of companies have stagnant growth in profits. These are fundamentally stable companies with no real thrust in profits. These stocks are used in trading on technical basis. These stocks are used by traders to buy at the lower support of the range and are sold off by the traders at the higher end of the range. Thus making a decent profit of 5% to 10% every 5 to 10 days.

Different types of people invest in different types of stocks. You can earn by investing in any of these types of stocks, you just need to find out which type suits your needs.

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