Investment company whose major objective is long term capital growth. Growth funds are more volatile than more conservative income or money market funds. They tend to rise faster in bull markets and drop more sharply in bear markets.
Seeks capital appreciation by investing primarily in equity securities of companies with earnings that are expected to grow at an above-average rate.
Aims to maximise growth over the medium to long term by investing in shares, property, fixed interest and other investments.
This type of mutual fund's objective is long-term growth of capital. The portfolio is made up of mostly stocks.
Growth funds are designed to pursue capital appreciation over the long-term. Some growth funds are broad-based, meaning that they have a wide range of stocks and industries in which they can invest. Others have a narrower focus - for example, they may invest in a particular type of stock, such as small-cap or cyclical stocks, or use a specialized approach to stock selection, such as investing only in stocks that are currently under-priced. Growth funds are more volatile than more conservative income or money market funds and generally reflect changes in market conditions and other company, political, and economic news.
mutual fund whose aim is to achieve capital appreciation by investing in growth stocks. see also aggressive growth fund, balanced fund.
mutual fund that looks at the underlying long-term, positive growth patterns of individual stocks as a criteria for its portfolio.
A fund that focuses on capital appreciation rather than income as its investment goal.
A mutual fund invested primarily in stocks from emerging companies. Profit is expected from increases in stock values rather than dividends.
A fund that invests in growth stocks, stocks that earn revenue faster than the industry average.
A mutual fund that invests in companies with high growth potential with the goal of a higher than average return.
A type of mutual fund that concentrates its investments in companies that are exhibiting substantial growth in earnings.
An investment company whose major objective is long-term capital growth. Growth funds offer substantial potential gains over time but vary significantly in price during bull and bear markets. This type of fund is most appropriate for someone who will not need to withdraw funds in the near future.
a type of common stock fund that has capital appreciation as its primary goal. To reach this goal, growth funds typically invest in fat-growing companies. Generally the value of a growth fund fluctuates more than does the value of the overall stock market.
A mutual fund that invest in equities market
mutual fund generally consisting of stocks chosen for their strong growth potential. These are generally mid-sized or large companies whose stock prices appear to be growing rapidly. Gains may be greater than average when the market is doing well, and losses may be similarly great when the market falls. Growth funds make for a relatively aggressive investment, which is to say they are more of a gamble than other funds, but may pay off over the long haul.
An investment company whose major objective is long-term capital growth. (Compare Income fund.)
a type of mutual fund investment that seeks to get high returns by investing in companies that are growing very quickly
a type of mutual fund that usually focuses on the purchase of equities likely to have superior growth potential
A more speculative mutual fund made up primarily of the growth or performance stocks that are expected to appreciate in price more than the broad market over an extended time period.
Funds that pursue appreciation by investing primarily in equity securities. Current income, if considered at all, is a secondary concern.
Usually a stock fund which invests primarily, if not exclusively, for capital appreciation. Income is inconsequential.
It is one of the constituent funds of the Plan. Its investment objective is to provide members with capital appreciation over the long term through diversified investments in global equities where higher rates of returns are normally expected. In addition, it also maintains a limited exposure to global fixed income securities.
an investment fund that is predominantly invested in growth assets.
A non-money market fund whose investments are generally common stock. The objective of the fund is the appreciation of capital.
A mutual fund with an investment objective of long-term capital growth and capital gains, rather than of current income.
A portfolio of stocks that emphasizes shares of companies expected to exhibit higher than average growth in earnings usually with little or no emphasis on dividend income.
A mutual fund that seeks stocks with the potential to provide capital appreciation for long-term investors. Usually these funds will invest in corporations that have a history of and potential for capital gains.
A fund designed to provide capital appreciation by investing in companies that have the potential to grow their earnings over time. Such companies typically reinvest more earnings back into the business to fund future expansion. The aim is that the shares in the companies selected will increase in value, allowing the fund to reap the benefits of capital gains.
A fund whose main objective is capital appreciation. Contrasts with an income fund where the main aim is to provide higher than average income in the form of a dividend payment.
A mutual fund that invests in stock with an objective of capital appreciation.
A mutual fund that invests in growth stocks. The goal is to provide capital appreciation for the fund's shareholders over the long term.
A mutual fund that invests in stocks of more settled companies with the potential for long-term capital appreciation.
a managed investment which is predominantly invested in growth assets such as shares and property.
mutual fund that invests primarily in stocks with a history of and future potential for capital gains.
A Mutual Fund which has growth of capital as its primary objective, to be principally through investments in common stocks with growth potential. This type of Fund will primarily generate long-term and short term capital gains rather than pay dividends.
A mutual fund that emphasises stocks of companies believed to offer above-average prospects for capital growth due to their strong earnings and revenue potential. Growth stocks tend to offer relatively low dividend yields, because these companies prefer to reinvest earnings in the company.
Growth fund managers invest in stocks of companies that have recently exhibited faster than average earnings gains. Such stocks generally have higher price/earning ratios and often do not pay dividends. Growth stock funds are often characterized by high levels of price volatility.
mutual fund that invests in stocks whose primary objective is capital (price) appreciation. Growth funds typically experience greater share-price volatility than more conservative funds, such as growth and income funds, bond funds, or money market funds.
A mutual fund, closed end fund, or ETF with the growth of capital as the primary investment objective. Back
A fund that invests primarily in the stocks of companies whose long-term earnings are expected to grow significantly faster than the earnings of the market in general (as represented by the S&P 500 Index). In general, growth funds seek to provide capital gains, rather than dividend income.
Mutual funds/unit trusts that invest in growth stocks. The goal is to provide capital appreciation for the fund’s shareholders over the long term.
A mutual fund that seeks long-term capital appreciation by selecting corporations to invest in that should grow more quickly than the general economy. Growth funds are more volatile than conservative funds such as income or money markets. However, they usually rise more quickly than conservative funds in bull markets and fall more sharply in bear markets. See: Appreciation; Bear Market; Bull Market; Growth And Income Fund; Growth Stock; Money Market; Mutual Fund
A mutual fund whose primary investment objective is long-term growth of capital. It invests principally in common stocks with significant growth potential.
An investment fund that seeks growth of capital as its primary objective. This type of fund invests primarily in common stocks and securities convertible into common stocks.
A mutual fund whose main objective is long-term growth in capital from common stock. Also known as a capital appreciation fund.
An investment portfolio which aims to achieve an above average rate of after-tax income and capital growth over the medium to longer term, while adopting a medium risk profile. A growth fund typically comprises a balanced portfolio of equities, fixed interest, property and cash.
A type of diversified common stock fund that has capital appreciation as its primary goal. It invests in companies that reinvest most of their earnings for expansion, research or development.
A mutual fund that invests in companies with the potential for accelerating earnings.
A mutual fund that invests primarily in growth stocks. These are companies that have demonstrated faster than average growth rates and will more than likely keep up this appreciation in the near term. Since these companies are in the expansion phase they tend not to pay dividends. They are riskier than larger more established companies, however have the potential to offer a greater return on your investment.
A growth fund is a mutual fund that invests in growth stocks. Investors who want high capital appreciation tend to invest in growth stocks, which are more conservative than income funds. Growth stocks are usually purchased as a long-term holding, with the expectation that they will appreciate in price per share (and perhaps pay dividends) in the future.
A mutual fund that seeks to provide shareholders with growth of capital by investing in companies with a history of rapidly growing earnings.
A fund that has a higher proportion of assets in investments such as shares and property that are expected to deliver most of their returns through capital appreciation.
As its name implies, this type of fund tends to look for the fastest-growing companies on the market. Growth managers are willing to take more risk and pay a premium for their stocks in an effort to build a portfolio of companies with above-average earnings momentum or price appreciation. Growth stock funds usually have higher return volatility than most funds. This means that if the market declines, a growth fund's return will tend to decline more than the overall market. On the upside, if the market rallies, growth funds typically outperform most market measures such as the S&P 500. A growth fund invests in stocks of all market capitalization ranges â€” small, medium and large.
an investment fund, which is predominantly invested in growth assets.
A type of fund designed to provide capital appreciation by investing primarily in growth assets. Often categorised as a balanced fund, it is similar in concept, but a more aggressive fund than a Capital Stable fund which would invest in a larger percentage of lower risk assets (with correspondingly lower expected levels of return).
mutual fund that invests in growth stocks. Growth funds can be risky over the short term, but can provide large returns over the long term. Growth stocks are usually purchased as a long-term holding, and expected to appreciate in price per share (and perhaps pay dividends).
A diversified portfolio of stocks that has capital appreciation as its primary goal, and thereby invests in companies that reinvest their earnings into expansion, acquisitions, and/or research and development.
hedge fund hidden load
An investment portfolio with a medium risk profile that aims to achieve high returns and growth over the longer term.
A mutual fund that invests in stocks whose primary objective is capital (price) appreciation. Growth funds typically experience greater share-price volatility than more conservative funds. (See also Value Fund.)
An investment portfolio typically comprising a portfolio of equities, fixed interest, property and cash but with more emphasis on equities and property. Designed to achieve an above average rate of income and capital growth over the mid to long term, whilst maintaining a medium risk profile.