Blue chip companies have an established reputation, popularity and secure long-term growth, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. These companies provide blue chip stocks that the Dow Jones Industrial... More »

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Good examples of blue-chip companies include Coca-Cola, Disney, Intel and IBM, according to Inc. Most stocks considered “blue chip” are companies that have been around for decades and report consistent earnings. Although... 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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Penny stocks are securities generally issued by small, publicly traded companies and usually trade at a price of less than $5, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The low price and high volatility o... More »

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Stock options are employee benefits featuring set exercise prices at which employees can purchase shares of company stock within specified time frames, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Employees ... More »

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As of 2015, Elio Motors is a privately held company accepting investments from accredited investors under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission section 506c, states the company. Accredited investors have a $200,000... More »

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Federal securities laws require public companies to disclose financial statements and other information to the public so that prospective investors judge accurately whether a company's securities are a good investment, e... More »

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