A blue chip organization is a publicly-traded company that is financially sound and consistently performs well on the stock market, according to Investopedia. The name comes from the game of poker, in which blue chips re... More »

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You can sell Blue Chip stamps through a number of online retailers such as eBay and Mystic Stamp Company. Blue Chip stamps could be collected and redeemed for merchandise at special redemption stores until the 1980s. More »

A blue-chip stock is stock in a company with a reputation for consistent earnings and stability. Though it is a general term, it is often used to describe the 30 companies that form the Dow Jones Industrial Average. More »

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A live stock market ticker tape provides a company's ticker symbol, the volume of shares being traded, the final bid price, the amount of change in price, and the direction of that change, according to Investopedia. This... More »

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A stock market becomes graveyard market when stock prices go down for a long period resulting in little trading, according to Investopedia. In a graveyard stock market, existing shareholders hold on to their stock becaus... More »

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The most commonly quoted measure of Hong Kong's stock market performance is the performance of the Hang Seng index, explains Investopedia. The index indicates the performance of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by covering 4... More »

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Tips for researching stock market ratings include understanding the terms used to rate stocks and carefully reading the analyst's rating scale, explains Investopedia. Investors shouldn't react solely based on an analyst'... More »

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