Blue Chips

The Economic Times  Jan 27  Comment 
Since October 2016, Hindalco has risen 24 per cent to Rs 190.15 till January 25. The company will announce its December quarter earnings on February 13.
Financial Times  Jan 13  Comment 
FTSE 100 payouts 5 times bigger than scheme contributions, research finds
The Economic Times  Jan 10  Comment 
The Minister admitted that EPFO too is looking for better returns following dwindling bank interest rates post- demonetisation.
The Economic Times  Jan 10  Comment 
Among the large-cap schemes that have delivered superior performance, SBI Blue Chip has consistently emerged as the secondbest performing scheme.
Forbes  Jan 5  Comment 
The average U.S. employee telecommutes two days per month, and many of the companies offering remote jobs are large firms. Careers site FlexJobs analyzed its database of about 47,000 companies to find the largest firms hiring for flexible or...
The Economic Times  Dec 14  Comment 
The feminine hygiene business has been growing in double digits for 13 years, while Vicks has been consistently increasing its market share (currently 38%39%).
The Economic Times  Nov 9  Comment 
Wednesday provided one such big opportunity for investors on Dalal Street. Unfortunately, for many it ended up being a missed opportunity.


Blue chips refer to stocks of very well known companies. While there is no exact definition in terms of revenue or market capitalization, these companies sell widely used products or services, are internationally recognized and are financially stable. Generally, all the stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average are considered to be blue chips. Other examples of blue chip stocks include Berkshire Hathaway and Royal Dutch Shell.

Blue chip stocks are generally less volatile than other stocks, and are considered to be "defensive" stocks. Due to their stable profitability, these companies, on average, also last longer. However, it does not mean that blue chip stocks do not fail. For example: Ford and Lehman Brothers were both considered to be blue chip stocks at some point.

The name is derived from the chip color in a poker table (blue being the most valuable chip).

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