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blue chip

a gambling chip with the highest value
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The blue chip stocks (especially bank shares) are available at attractive valuations, which attracted buying support from both local and foreign investors.
The leading fund managers, experts and analysts say the UAE equities will sustain the upward trend this week as the blue chip stocks are available at very attractive prices following market correction last month.
Chapter 1 begins with a general discussion of the reason for investing in stocks, and covers such topics as dividend-value strategy, quality and blue chip stocks, value and blue chip stocks, and value and the stock market.
Summary: UK blue chip stocks were hit by another volatile session as the eurozone crisis continued to overshadow trading.
However insurers made strong advances as blue chip stocks regained their poise in a less volatile session.
BLUE chip stocks slipped back into the red today as yesterday's rally proved short-lived.
A poor opening for US markets increased the pressure on London's blue chip stocks late in the session after corporate giants General Motors and Citigroup were hit with downgrades.
Blue chip stocks were also dragged down by a Wachovia analyst's downgrade of Boeing, citing possible aircraft order delays from the jet maker.
With blue chip stocks, trading is generally more predictable, but that does not mean that in the less liquid stocks, traders cannot use algorithms to react to opportunities.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-17 February 2004-NeoNet AB to offer Swiss blue chip stocks through virt-x(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
You don't have criticism of blue chip stocks either."
Owners who have seen appreciation in their properties and have fairly long time horizons for their investments might consider selling their assets and puffing the proceeds into blue chip stocks or mutual funds specializing in them.