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• Growth stocks are as­so­ci­ated with com­pa­nies that have favourable growth po­ten­tial. Th­ese com­pa­nies tend to have both a strong his­tory of growth and strong pro­jected growth. • They also may be on the verge of a ma­jor break­through or have a favourable po­si­tion in an up-and-com­ing in­dus­try that could even­tu­ally cause their stock prices to rise dra­mat­i­cally. • Of course, growth stocks may carry sig­nif­i­cant risk, which should be fac­tored into any pur­chas­ing de­ci­sion. • They typ­i­cally pay min­i­mal div­i­dends be­cause it is usu­ally ad­van­ta­geous for them to rein­vest prof­its.

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