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What are the different types of stock?

The stock market is a huge place to venture and there are different types of stocks. I want to invest my money on stocks but I'm not sure which type of stock I should invest my money on. I want to know the different types of stocks and what are the differences and or similarities between these stocks.

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    There are different types of stock. Blue Chip Stock are the safest because they are simply shares of well-established, well-recognised, profitable, and financially sound companies.. Next is the unloved, neglecter or commonly known as Value stocks whichare priced below its fundamental value because of its unglamorous characteristics. Lastly we have the Exchange-Trade funds which is a type of fund that is traded in the stock exchange like stocks that owns a basket of assets (bonds, stocks and commodities).

    2020.03.24 15:44

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