growth stock

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Noun1.growth stock - stock of a corporation that has had faster than average gains in earnings and is expected to continue to
stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity); "he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"
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Nordstrom is neither a growth stock nor one which has defensive characteristics, according to UBS.
In his previous role as a senior research analyst at Holland Capital, Andy focused on growth stock strategies and served on its investment committee.
The risk in buying a given growth stock is that its lofty price could fall sharply on any negative news about the company, particularly if earnings disappoint.
For his growth stock, he invested in Universal Robina Corp.
Therefore, when a growth stock becomes a value stock, a growth investor sells it at a price at which the value investor finds it reasonably cheap; and, when the value stock becomes the growth stock, the price is again set by the growth investor, who then buys it at the price at which the value investor wants to sell.
"Benjamin Graham and the Power of Growth Stocks: Lost Growth Stock Strategies from the Father of Value Investing" is a market biography on the man who is credited with innovating value investing.
We expect limited dividends for the growth stock. The EGM results will likely be neutral for the stock.
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"If you look at EMC's market opportunity and couple it with a track record for strong results, you can see why investors continue to believe that, even with a $175 billion market cap, EMC is in a growth cycle, relatively small to its market opportunity, and continues to be a growth stock," says Ruettgers.
Is this the same Tyson Foods that notched a 51 percent growth in sales last year and has a price-earnings ratio on its stock of 22-to-1 like a good growth stock should?