A mutual fund which aims for the highest capital gains and is not risk-averse...
Seeks rapid growth of capital, often through investment in smaller companies and with investment techniques involving greater-than-average risk, such as short-selling, leveraging and frequent trading.
A mutual fund that seeks maximum long-term capital growth by investing mainly in stocks of smaller companies or narrow market segments. Dividend income is incidental; risk can be significant. Also called a capital appreciation fund.
mutual fund with an aggressive investment strategy. see also growth fund.
A category of mutual fund with an objective which seeks maximum appreciation or capital gains with little or no consideration for dividend income. This category includes stocks of rapidly growing companies and is generally more volatile than the overall stock market.
An investment company that attempts to maximize capital gains by investing in the stocks of companies that offer the potential of very rapid growth. Aggressive growth funds tend to produce very high returns in bull markets and relatively large losses in bear markets. Shares of an aggressive growth fund produce very little current income and are subject to wide variations in value.--Also called performance fund.
A stock fund that invests exclusively for growth and ignores income from dividends or interest. Generally the riskiest of funds, these are also the funds with the greatest potential for profits. Many aggressive growth funds buy shares in small, fast-growing companies. A fund that invests exclusively in zero-coupon bonds can also be considered an aggressive fund.
A mutual fund that seeks maximum capital gains by investing in somewhat riskier stocks.
A mutual fund that buys shares in small or speculative growth companies to achieve maximum capital appreciation. See: Speculation
A mutual fund whose primary investment objective is substantial capital gains.
A collective investment scheme that seeks long-term capital growth by investing primarily in stocks of fast growing smaller companies or narrow market segments, such as "the technology sector" or "the Internet sector." Sometimes called a capital appreciation fund.
An investment portfolio that seeks maximum growth by investing in stocks believed to have above-average growth potential, often those of small- or mid-sized companies. These investments can be extremely volatile, especially over short periods of time.
A mutual fund that seeks to maximize capital appreciation by accepting larger than ordinary risks, such as investing borrowed money to provide leverage, short selling, hedging, trading options, and warrants
A mutual fund which owns stock of smaller companies with high potential for growth.
A mutual fund with the objective of maximizing long-term capital growth, rather than dividend income, by investing in narrow market segments and small company stocks.
A fund with an investment objective of rapid growth of capital. Aggressive growth funds usually include funds that invest in smaller companies, funds that invest heavily in a single industry, and funds that employ riskier investment techniques such as leveraging and short selling.
A mutual fund that seeks to provide maximum long-term capital growth from stocks, usually the stocks of smaller companies or narrow market segments.