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Synonyms for blue chip

a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable

a blue poker chip with the highest value

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It suggests that portfolios should be built on a diversified selection of blue chip stocks, purchased when they are undervalued and sold when they are overvalued.
virt-x is the home exchange for Swiss blue chip stocks including such international companies as Novartis, Roche, Nestle, UBS, Credit Suisse Group, Swiss Re, Zurich Financial Services and ABB, according to NeoNet.
If companies are promoted, current blue chip stocks have to be relegated to make room.
The author suggests that investment does not need to be a complicated affair and that the small investor should underpin his portfolio by buying high-yielding blue chip stocks. These are the companies that should prove resilient to shocks due to the strength of their assets.
The news helped the FTSE 100 Index of blue chip stocks recover all of yesterday's near-100 point loss to close up 130.9 points at 5277.1.
TELECOM stocks were responsible for a healthy rally among London's blue chip stocks with the FTSE 100 closing up 122.5 to 6438.4.
After a disappointing first half, the third quarter is a welcome relief to both Big Blue and to Wall Street, which doesn't want any bad news among blue chip stocks as it heads into the final quarter of the year and, more importantly, the time when holiday bonuses are passed around.
Progress on US/EU trade was helpful to blue chip stocks, but tech has continued to skid lower after the Facebook miss.
Joseph Roxas, president of Eagle Equities, said institutional investors were back buying blue chip stocks as recent price declines had made them more attractive.
Rise in blue chip stocks, which represent 36 percent of the relative weight in the main index, was instrumental in lifting the index higher.
The Indian companies include blue chip stocks such as TCS, Reliance, HDFC Bank, Infosys, Tata Motors, among others.
KUWAIT, April 17 (KUNA) -- The rush among some traders and investors to buy blue chip stocks put undue pressure on trading activities on Thursday at the Kuwait Stock Exchange, as many of these traders stayed away from most other stocks, opined two market watchers to KUNA.
The UK's leading blue chip stocks returned to winning ways yesterday as the FTSE 100 climbed to an intraday high of 6489 before closing 64.9 points up at 6484.5.
The pair were among just half a dozen blue chip stocks to finish the session in positive territory as investors were spooked by heavy losses on Wall Street.
With little corporate news for blue chip stocks, BAE Systems led the fightback as investors continued to welcome news of a deal to provide its Eurofighter Typhoon jets to Saudi Arabia.