Be wary of the difference between growth and momentum stocks

To profit from growth stocks, you need to pick stocks with clear growth prospects and not simply momentum stocks with uncertain futures
By definition, growth stocks are companies that have above-average growth prospects. They are firms whose earnings growth has been above the market average, and… Read More

How growth investors can cut the overall risk of their portfolios

How growth investors can cut the overall risk of their portfolios

Growth investors should consider a combination of growth investments and value stocks for profitable portfolios
Investors who want to build profitable portfolios should consider growth stocks vs. value stocks—and then buy some of both.
Growth investors focus on trying to identify and buy rising stocks when they… Read More

Growth investing balances an investor’s portfolio

Growth investing fills in the gaps in an investor’s portfolio and can lead to an increase in portfolio returns.

Growth stocks are companies that are likely to have earnings growth above the market average. Frequently, growth stocks pay little or no dividends. Instead they… Read More