Where Did The Name “Blue Chip" Originate From? What Are The Characteristics Of Blue Chip Stocks?
Blue chip shares give out high dividend and are trusted companies that are financially sound and have a high maturity
For a company to be on the list of world’s largest company is not a small thing. The company has to be large enough and perhaps having revenue in excess of $50 billions. World’s largest companies by employees have thousands of employees but... read more
pay the dividend every year
EPS > 2.8% over five years
Membership in S&P 500
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