Definition of Blue-chip stock
1. Noun. A common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable; typically have high price and low yield. "Blue chips are usually safe investments"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Blue-chip Stock
Literary usage of Blue-chip stock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Financial Markets for the Rest of Us: An Easy Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures by Robert Vahid Hashemian (2001)
"Blue chip stocks could be thought of as the opposite of pink sheet stocks. Keep in mind, however, that just being labeled a blue chip stock does ..."
2. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2002)
"blue-chip stock (15) Stock of a company considered to have high investment quality: relatively stable prices and strong dividend payment history. ..."
3. Review the Impact of the Proposed Tobacco Settlement on Producers: Hearing edited by Thomas W. Ewing (1999)
"We do not have the big blue chip stock and if we do not get paid for what we have invested all our lives, we have nothing. Thank you. Mr. EWING. ..."
4. OECD Reviews of Foreign Direct Investment by OECD Staff, OCDE (1997)
"At present, Telecom and Telefonica shares are considered leading blue chip stock on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange. They are also listed in New York Stock ..."