Definition for : Growth stock
Growth stocks have a low, often even a zero, Dividend Payout ratio. Profits must be reinvested in order to sustain growth. These companies usually have a high price-to-Book ratio and Price-to-earnings ratio.
(See Chapters Chapter 15 The financial markets, Chapter 18 Risk and return and Chapter 23 Options of the Vernimmen)
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