Common stocks of well-known companies that have a long record of profit growth and dividend payment and a reputation for quality management, products and services.
Stocks of the highest quality, with long records of earnings and dividends - well known, stable, mature companies.
Common stock of well-known companies with a history of growth and dividend payments.
shares in large, soundly-based public companies.
A high-quality, low-risk stock. Usually refers to stock in nationally known companies that have been profitable for a long time.
Stocks of leading and nationally known companies that offer a record of continuous dividend payments and other strong investment qualities.
The stocks of nationally recognized companies that are known for excellent management and long records of growth and dividend payment.
shares in a large company that is listed on the FTSE 100.
Stocks with good investment qualities. They are usually common shares of well-established companies with good earnings records and regular dividend payments that are known nationally for the quality and wide acceptance of their products and services.
Stocks in the biggest, most established, and consistently profitable companies in the United States
The issues of normally strong, well established companies that have demonstrated their ability to pay dividends in good times and bad times.
Common stocks of well known companies with histories of profit growth and dividend payment, as well as quality management, products, and services. The term "blue-chip" comes from the game of poker in which the blue chip holds the highest value.
Stocks of financially stable, well-established companies that have historically demonstrated their ability to pay dividends in both good and bad times. Degree of investment risk: moderate.
Companies that are considered safe and conservative investments, with low downside risk.
Dividend-paying stocks that belong to large, established companies. The term derives from the blue-chip in the game of poker, being the highest value chip.
Stock in large and well established companies, viewed as relatively safe investments; usually pay good dividends.
Stocks of strong, well established corporations with a history of paying dividends in good and bad times, in the UK they are the FTSE 100 companies. These are considered some of the lowest risk stocks, based on their history.
Stock in a company known for its long-established record of making money and paying dividends. (General Electric, IBM, General Motors.)
High-quality, common stock of well-known companies with extended records of earnings and dividends, well-respected management, and prospects for continued strong performance. Generally, these stocks are the choice of investors seeking long-term growth.
large, well-known stocks--such as AT&T, GE, Phillip Morris, GM--that are usually traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The phrase "blue chip" is said to derive from playing poker, in which blue chips have the highest value.
stocks of large, well-known companies (IBM, GE, etc.) that are considered less volatile investments than those of other companies
Nationally-known common stock, usually with a continuous dividend payment record in good times and bad and other strong investment qualities. These stocks are usually high-priced but have a tendency to be low- yielding.