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16.07.2022, 17906 Zeichen

In der Wochensicht ist vorne: Wells Fargo 2,36% vor Apple 2,13%, Nestlé 0,51%, Procter & Gamble 0,03%, Johnson & Johnson -0,03%, JP Morgan Chase -1,23%, Exxon -1,79%, Chevron -3,59%, Microsoft -4,09% und General Electric -8,67%.

In der Monatssicht ist vorne: Apple 13,11% vor Wells Fargo 9,89% , Procter & Gamble 8,39% , Nestlé 6,08% , Johnson & Johnson 5,97% , Microsoft 5% , JP Morgan Chase -0,97% , General Electric -11,68% , Exxon -12,03% und Chevron -17,85% . Year-to-date lag per letztem Schlusskurs Exxon 39,07% (Vorjahr: 47,48 Prozent) im Plus. Dahinter Chevron 17,22% (Vorjahr: 39,05 Prozent) und General Electric 9,26% (Vorjahr: -3,34 Prozent). JP Morgan Chase -28,73% (Vorjahr: 24,72 Prozent) im Minus. Dahinter Microsoft -24,34% (Vorjahr: 52,56 Prozent) und Apple -15,73% (Vorjahr: 34,3 Prozent).

Am weitesten über dem MA200: Exxon 10,05% und Johnson & Johnson 4,33%,
Am deutlichsten unter dem MA 200: JP Morgan Chase -21,62%, Wells Fargo -15,01% und Microsoft -13,55%.
Hier der aktuelle ausserbörsliche Blick. Vergleicht man die aktuellen Indikationen bei L&S mit dem letzten Schlusskurs, so lag um 7:50 Uhr die Wells Fargo-Aktie am besten: 8,09% Plus. Dahinter JP Morgan Chase mit +1,77% , Nestlé mit +0,48% , Johnson & Johnson mit +0,29% , Exxon mit +0,27% , Chevron mit +0,12% und Apple mit +0,09% Procter & Gamble mit -0,1% und Microsoft mit -0,75% .



Die Durchschnittsperformance ytd der BSN-Group MSCI World Biggest 10 ist -3,48% und reiht sich damit auf Platz 5 ein:

1. Ölindustrie: 8,1% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
2. Solar: 2,68% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
3. Rohstoffaktien: 0,87% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
4. Big Greeks: 0,39% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
5. MSCI World Biggest 10: -3,48% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
6. Telekom: -4,81% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
7. Konsumgüter: -8,68% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
8. Gaming: -9,56% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
9. Deutsche Nebenwerte: -10,69% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
10. Licht und Beleuchtung: -10,92% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
11. Luftfahrt & Reise: -11,82% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
12. Sport: -13,09% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
13. Media: -13,71% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
14. Aluminium: -15,73%
15. Versicherer: -15,96% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
16. IT, Elektronik, 3D: -16,31% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
17. Bau & Baustoffe: -18,54% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
18. Post: -19,08% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
19. Energie: -19,59% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
20. Pharma, Chemie, Biotech, Arznei & Gesundheit: -19,6% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
21. PCB (Printed Circuit Board Producer & Clients): -19,81% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
22. Global Innovation 1000: -19,86% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
23. Immobilien: -20,59% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
24. OÖ10 Members: -20,93% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
25. Auto, Motor und Zulieferer: -21,81% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
26. Zykliker Österreich: -23,06% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
27. Banken: -23,12% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
28. Crane: -27,07% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
29. Computer, Software & Internet : -27,23% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)
30. Stahl: -28,94% Show latest Report (09.07.2022)
31. Runplugged Running Stocks: -29,35%
32. Börseneulinge 2019: -29,37% Show latest Report (16.07.2022)

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GoetzPortfolios
zu JNJ (15.07.)

The Dividend Aristocrats are a select group of 65 S&P 500 stocks with 25+ years of consecutive dividend increases. They are the ‘best of the best’ dividend growth stocks. The Dividend Aristocrats have a long history of outperforming the market. The requirements to be a Dividend Aristocrat are: Be in the S&P 500 Have 25+ consecutive years of dividend increases Meet certain minimum size & liquidity requirements There are currently 65 Dividend Aristocrats. You can download an Excel spreadsheet of all 65 (with metrics that matter such as dividend yields and price-to-earnings ratios) by clicking the link below: Higher total returns with lower volatility is the ‘holy grail’ of investing. It is worth exploring the characteristics of the Dividend Aristocrats in detail to determine why they have performed so well. Note that a good portion of the outperformance relative to the S&P 500 comes during recessions (2000 – 2002, 2008). Dividend Aristocrats have historically seen smaller drawdowns during recessions versus the S&P 500. This makes holding through recessions that much easier. Case-in-point: In 2008 the Dividend Aristocrats Index declined 22%. That same year, the S&P 500 declined 38%. Great businesses with strong competitive advantages tend to be able to generate stronger cash flows during recessions. This allows them to gain market share while weaker businesses fight to stay alive. The Dividend Aristocrats Index has beaten the market over the last 28 years… We believe dividend paying stocks outperform non-dividend paying stocks for three reasons: A company that pays dividends is likely to be generating earnings or cash flows so that it can pay dividends to shareholders. This excludes ‘pre-earnings’ start-ups and failing businesses. In short, it excludes the riskiest stocks. A business that pays consistent dividends must be more selective with the growth projects it takes on because a portion of its cash flows are being paid out as dividends. Scrutinizing over https://www.suredividend.com/capital-allocation/ decisions likely adds to shareholder value. Stocks that pay dividends are willing to reward shareholders with cash payments. This is a sign that management is shareholder friendly. In our view, Dividend Aristocrats have historically outperformed the market and other dividend paying stocks because they are, on average, higher-quality businesses. A high-quality business should outperform a mediocre business over a long period of time, all other things being equal. For a business to increase its dividends for 25+ consecutive years, it must have or at least had in the very recent past a strong competitive advantage. The top 2 sectors by weight in the Dividend Aristocrats are https://www.suredividend.com/best-industrial-stocks/ and https://www.suredividend.com/best-consumer-staples/. The Dividend Aristocrats Index is tilted toward Consumer Staples and Industrials relative to the S&P 500. These 2 sectors make up over 40% of the Dividend Aristocrats Index, but less than 20% of the S&P 500. The Dividend Aristocrats Index is also significantly underweight the Information Technology sector, with a 3% allocation compared with over 20% allocation within the S&P 500. The Dividend Aristocrat Index is filled with stable ‘old economy’ blue chip consumer products businesses and manufacturers; the 3M’s (MMM), Coca-Cola’s (KO), and Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) of the investing world. These ‘boring’ businesses aren’t likely to generate 20%+ earnings-per-share growth, but they also are very unlikely to see large earnings drawdowns as well. https://www.suredividend.com/dividend-aristocrats-list/ Free Dividend Aristocrats Spreadsheet (Not my own) https://www.getdrip.com/forms/53548668/submissions/new

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zu XONA (13.07.)

Ich habe eine Teilverkaufsorder (limit bei 84,90) für Exxon gesetzt, weil der Exxon Anteil am Gesamtportfolio zu groß ist.

GoetzPortfolios
zu AAPL (15.07.)

Blue-Chip Stocks: What They Are & How To Evaluate Them A blue-chip stock is typically a stock issued by a massive company with a stellar reputation. A stock is a small piece of a company referred to as a share, and most stocks give you the right to vote on the future of a company. Learn more about blue-chip stocks and how to buy them.   Blue-Chip Stock Definition A blue-chip stock is a share of a large, successful company with a high market cap and a great reputation. Blue-chip companies are usually household names, and they're well-established. Their stocks differ from other stocks in how well-known the companies are and in their solid fundamentals. The phrase "blue chip" is a reference to poker, in which the blue chip is worth the most money. Characteristics of a Blue-Chip Companies Highly-well-known and reputable Have a large market capitalization Have a reliable history of sustained growth Considered to have a robust future Part of a major index like the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4442005-what-is-sp-500?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4450125-what-is-the-nasdaq?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link or the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4441742-what-is-dow-jones?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link While they may not all pay dividends, but many do because they no longer need to invest their earnings back into growth. Blue-chip stocks usually aren't as popular as momentum stocks, but they still have plenty of trade activity every day because they come from trustworthy names. Some may even be considered staples for most portfolios. Advantages of Investing In Blue-Chip Stocks There are plenty of investment options available, but blue-chip stocks offer some advantages over other https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434193-what-are-assets?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link. Stability: blue-chip stocks tend to be more stable than other stocks because the companies have been around for a long time and have built a solid reputation. Can be a safer bet during downturns: Some investors consider them a "safe haven" during economic downturns because they hold steady and generate stable profits, even though they might decline due to the downturn. Quick to recover: Some investors believe blue-chip stocks tend to be the first to recover from a bear market, which is another reason to invest in them during an economic downturn. There hasn't been any official study proving this, but since they tend to be more stable than other stocks, it's easy to see why this is a widely held belief. High liquidity: Most have a https://seekingalpha.com/article/4441636-what-is-market-capitalization?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link in the tens or hundreds of billions of dollars, or even in the trillions, which means there is plenty of liquidity, making it easy to buy and sell shares. Higher investor confidence: These companies tend to be leaders in their industries, with most of them being household names, so investors tend to invest with confidence that the company won't disappear or start to struggle anytime soon. Dividends: Many companies whose stocks have achieved blue-chip status pay https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434728-what-is-a-dividend-stock?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, which means they provide a steady income for investors. Dividends are a part of the company's profits, and they're distributed to shareholders in the form of regular payments, often quarterly. Tip: Blue-chip stocks are shares of large, reputable companies that are well-established and have a solid track record. They are also the top companies in their industry. How to Evaluate a Blue-Chip Stock To determine whether a stock is a blue-chip stock, you should look at several factors, such as: Potential dividend payment Rating on the company's bonds Earnings growth Whether they can pay off its debt Most blue-chip stocks are leaders in the market they are in, so if you've never heard of the company, it probably isn't a blue chip. How Do You Buy Blue-Chip Stocks? The process for buying blue-chip stocks is the same as it is for https://seekingalpha.com/article/4432568-how-to-buy-stocks?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link. Seeking Alpha offers large amounts of data you can use to determine whether stocks are blue chips. If you want to learn how to buy stocks, you'll need an online brokerage account through a company like Robinhood or eToro. Stocks are generally sold on stock exchanges, although some companies do private placements. The easiest way to buy stocks is through an online brokerage account. Many online brokerages offer $0 trades, so they are a low-cost way to trade stocks. After you have identified some blue chips to buy based on your research, you must decide how many shares to buy. Some brokers also allow you to buy part of a share if you can't afford an entire share, although most shares of blue-chip stocks are quite affordable for the beginner investor. Next, you choose the order type. Blue-Chip Funds If you don't want to pick out individual blue-chip stocks on your own, you might opt for a blue-chip fund. Index funds or exchange-traded funds offer a low-cost way to get exposure to a large number of blue chips, all in one place. ETFs are available on stock exchanges just like stocks, so they are just as easy to buy as individual stocks. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4436649-what-is-an-index-fund?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link and many https://seekingalpha.com/article/4435888-what-is-an-etf?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link track an index like the S&P 500, and since blue chips are included in an index, you get a selection of bellwether stocks that are leaders in their industries. Blue chips have large market caps, so you'll want to look for a large-cap fund to seek out blue chips. Not all the stocks included in every fund will be blue chips, but many will be. They offer instant diversification of your portfolio due to the large number of names they hold. However, you can also buy a fund that specifically targets blue chips, like: Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF (BATS:https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/FBCG?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) ProShares S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF (BATS:https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/NOBL?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) Monarch Blue Chips Core ETF (https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/MBCC?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) To determine whether a stock is a blue chip, funds use the same criteria we discuss in this article. Are Blue-Chip Stocks Safe? When trying to decide whether to invest in blue-chip stocks, you should consider the risks. On one hand, blue chips tend to be less volatile than other stocks because of how well-established the companies are. The risk of them going bankrupt is low for the same reason. Tip: Blue-chip stocks may be safer than some other kinds of stocks because of how well-established the companies are, but there is always a risk that stock prices will go down, no matter how reputable a company is. On the other hand, there is always a risk that blue-chip stocks will decline in value, just as there is with other stocks. The market moves in cycles from https://seekingalpha.com/article/4452339-bullish-vs-bearish?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, although bull markets tend to last much longer than bear markets. Blue chips will rise and fall as investors start to favor different sectors and types of stocks. However, their general long-term trend is usually up and to the right. Thus, a buy-and-hold strategy is best with blue chips because over time, they tend to rise due to their reputations and solid earnings growth. There is never any guarantee of a positive return with any stock, but many investors see blue chips as a safer bet in the long term than some other types of stocks.   https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434942-what-are-blue-chip-stocks

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    16.07.2022, 17906 Zeichen

    In der Wochensicht ist vorne: Wells Fargo 2,36% vor Apple 2,13%, Nestlé 0,51%, Procter & Gamble 0,03%, Johnson & Johnson -0,03%, JP Morgan Chase -1,23%, Exxon -1,79%, Chevron -3,59%, Microsoft -4,09% und General Electric -8,67%.

    In der Monatssicht ist vorne: Apple 13,11% vor Wells Fargo 9,89% , Procter & Gamble 8,39% , Nestlé 6,08% , Johnson & Johnson 5,97% , Microsoft 5% , JP Morgan Chase -0,97% , General Electric -11,68% , Exxon -12,03% und Chevron -17,85% . Year-to-date lag per letztem Schlusskurs Exxon 39,07% (Vorjahr: 47,48 Prozent) im Plus. Dahinter Chevron 17,22% (Vorjahr: 39,05 Prozent) und General Electric 9,26% (Vorjahr: -3,34 Prozent). JP Morgan Chase -28,73% (Vorjahr: 24,72 Prozent) im Minus. Dahinter Microsoft -24,34% (Vorjahr: 52,56 Prozent) und Apple -15,73% (Vorjahr: 34,3 Prozent).

    Am weitesten über dem MA200: Exxon 10,05% und Johnson & Johnson 4,33%,
    Am deutlichsten unter dem MA 200: JP Morgan Chase -21,62%, Wells Fargo -15,01% und Microsoft -13,55%.
    Hier der aktuelle ausserbörsliche Blick. Vergleicht man die aktuellen Indikationen bei L&S mit dem letzten Schlusskurs, so lag um 7:50 Uhr die Wells Fargo-Aktie am besten: 8,09% Plus. Dahinter JP Morgan Chase mit +1,77% , Nestlé mit +0,48% , Johnson & Johnson mit +0,29% , Exxon mit +0,27% , Chevron mit +0,12% und Apple mit +0,09% Procter & Gamble mit -0,1% und Microsoft mit -0,75% .

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    GoetzPortfolios
    zu JNJ (15.07.)

    The Dividend Aristocrats are a select group of 65 S&P 500 stocks with 25+ years of consecutive dividend increases. They are the ‘best of the best’ dividend growth stocks. The Dividend Aristocrats have a long history of outperforming the market. The requirements to be a Dividend Aristocrat are: Be in the S&P 500 Have 25+ consecutive years of dividend increases Meet certain minimum size & liquidity requirements There are currently 65 Dividend Aristocrats. You can download an Excel spreadsheet of all 65 (with metrics that matter such as dividend yields and price-to-earnings ratios) by clicking the link below: Higher total returns with lower volatility is the ‘holy grail’ of investing. It is worth exploring the characteristics of the Dividend Aristocrats in detail to determine why they have performed so well. Note that a good portion of the outperformance relative to the S&P 500 comes during recessions (2000 – 2002, 2008). Dividend Aristocrats have historically seen smaller drawdowns during recessions versus the S&P 500. This makes holding through recessions that much easier. Case-in-point: In 2008 the Dividend Aristocrats Index declined 22%. That same year, the S&P 500 declined 38%. Great businesses with strong competitive advantages tend to be able to generate stronger cash flows during recessions. This allows them to gain market share while weaker businesses fight to stay alive. The Dividend Aristocrats Index has beaten the market over the last 28 years… We believe dividend paying stocks outperform non-dividend paying stocks for three reasons: A company that pays dividends is likely to be generating earnings or cash flows so that it can pay dividends to shareholders. This excludes ‘pre-earnings’ start-ups and failing businesses. In short, it excludes the riskiest stocks. A business that pays consistent dividends must be more selective with the growth projects it takes on because a portion of its cash flows are being paid out as dividends. Scrutinizing over https://www.suredividend.com/capital-allocation/ decisions likely adds to shareholder value. Stocks that pay dividends are willing to reward shareholders with cash payments. This is a sign that management is shareholder friendly. In our view, Dividend Aristocrats have historically outperformed the market and other dividend paying stocks because they are, on average, higher-quality businesses. A high-quality business should outperform a mediocre business over a long period of time, all other things being equal. For a business to increase its dividends for 25+ consecutive years, it must have or at least had in the very recent past a strong competitive advantage. The top 2 sectors by weight in the Dividend Aristocrats are https://www.suredividend.com/best-industrial-stocks/ and https://www.suredividend.com/best-consumer-staples/. The Dividend Aristocrats Index is tilted toward Consumer Staples and Industrials relative to the S&P 500. These 2 sectors make up over 40% of the Dividend Aristocrats Index, but less than 20% of the S&P 500. The Dividend Aristocrats Index is also significantly underweight the Information Technology sector, with a 3% allocation compared with over 20% allocation within the S&P 500. The Dividend Aristocrat Index is filled with stable ‘old economy’ blue chip consumer products businesses and manufacturers; the 3M’s (MMM), Coca-Cola’s (KO), and Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) of the investing world. These ‘boring’ businesses aren’t likely to generate 20%+ earnings-per-share growth, but they also are very unlikely to see large earnings drawdowns as well. https://www.suredividend.com/dividend-aristocrats-list/ Free Dividend Aristocrats Spreadsheet (Not my own) https://www.getdrip.com/forms/53548668/submissions/new

    JensWienkamp
    zu XONA (13.07.)

    Ich habe eine Teilverkaufsorder (limit bei 84,90) für Exxon gesetzt, weil der Exxon Anteil am Gesamtportfolio zu groß ist.

    GoetzPortfolios
    zu AAPL (15.07.)

    Blue-Chip Stocks: What They Are & How To Evaluate Them A blue-chip stock is typically a stock issued by a massive company with a stellar reputation. A stock is a small piece of a company referred to as a share, and most stocks give you the right to vote on the future of a company. Learn more about blue-chip stocks and how to buy them.   Blue-Chip Stock Definition A blue-chip stock is a share of a large, successful company with a high market cap and a great reputation. Blue-chip companies are usually household names, and they're well-established. Their stocks differ from other stocks in how well-known the companies are and in their solid fundamentals. The phrase "blue chip" is a reference to poker, in which the blue chip is worth the most money. Characteristics of a Blue-Chip Companies Highly-well-known and reputable Have a large market capitalization Have a reliable history of sustained growth Considered to have a robust future Part of a major index like the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4442005-what-is-sp-500?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4450125-what-is-the-nasdaq?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link or the https://seekingalpha.com/article/4441742-what-is-dow-jones?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link While they may not all pay dividends, but many do because they no longer need to invest their earnings back into growth. Blue-chip stocks usually aren't as popular as momentum stocks, but they still have plenty of trade activity every day because they come from trustworthy names. Some may even be considered staples for most portfolios. Advantages of Investing In Blue-Chip Stocks There are plenty of investment options available, but blue-chip stocks offer some advantages over other https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434193-what-are-assets?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link. Stability: blue-chip stocks tend to be more stable than other stocks because the companies have been around for a long time and have built a solid reputation. Can be a safer bet during downturns: Some investors consider them a "safe haven" during economic downturns because they hold steady and generate stable profits, even though they might decline due to the downturn. Quick to recover: Some investors believe blue-chip stocks tend to be the first to recover from a bear market, which is another reason to invest in them during an economic downturn. There hasn't been any official study proving this, but since they tend to be more stable than other stocks, it's easy to see why this is a widely held belief. High liquidity: Most have a https://seekingalpha.com/article/4441636-what-is-market-capitalization?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link in the tens or hundreds of billions of dollars, or even in the trillions, which means there is plenty of liquidity, making it easy to buy and sell shares. Higher investor confidence: These companies tend to be leaders in their industries, with most of them being household names, so investors tend to invest with confidence that the company won't disappear or start to struggle anytime soon. Dividends: Many companies whose stocks have achieved blue-chip status pay https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434728-what-is-a-dividend-stock?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, which means they provide a steady income for investors. Dividends are a part of the company's profits, and they're distributed to shareholders in the form of regular payments, often quarterly. Tip: Blue-chip stocks are shares of large, reputable companies that are well-established and have a solid track record. They are also the top companies in their industry. How to Evaluate a Blue-Chip Stock To determine whether a stock is a blue-chip stock, you should look at several factors, such as: Potential dividend payment Rating on the company's bonds Earnings growth Whether they can pay off its debt Most blue-chip stocks are leaders in the market they are in, so if you've never heard of the company, it probably isn't a blue chip. How Do You Buy Blue-Chip Stocks? The process for buying blue-chip stocks is the same as it is for https://seekingalpha.com/article/4432568-how-to-buy-stocks?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link. Seeking Alpha offers large amounts of data you can use to determine whether stocks are blue chips. If you want to learn how to buy stocks, you'll need an online brokerage account through a company like Robinhood or eToro. Stocks are generally sold on stock exchanges, although some companies do private placements. The easiest way to buy stocks is through an online brokerage account. Many online brokerages offer $0 trades, so they are a low-cost way to trade stocks. After you have identified some blue chips to buy based on your research, you must decide how many shares to buy. Some brokers also allow you to buy part of a share if you can't afford an entire share, although most shares of blue-chip stocks are quite affordable for the beginner investor. Next, you choose the order type. Blue-Chip Funds If you don't want to pick out individual blue-chip stocks on your own, you might opt for a blue-chip fund. Index funds or exchange-traded funds offer a low-cost way to get exposure to a large number of blue chips, all in one place. ETFs are available on stock exchanges just like stocks, so they are just as easy to buy as individual stocks. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4436649-what-is-an-index-fund?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link and many https://seekingalpha.com/article/4435888-what-is-an-etf?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link track an index like the S&P 500, and since blue chips are included in an index, you get a selection of bellwether stocks that are leaders in their industries. Blue chips have large market caps, so you'll want to look for a large-cap fund to seek out blue chips. Not all the stocks included in every fund will be blue chips, but many will be. They offer instant diversification of your portfolio due to the large number of names they hold. However, you can also buy a fund that specifically targets blue chips, like: Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF (BATS:https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/FBCG?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) ProShares S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats ETF (BATS:https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/NOBL?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) Monarch Blue Chips Core ETF (https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/MBCC?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link) To determine whether a stock is a blue chip, funds use the same criteria we discuss in this article. Are Blue-Chip Stocks Safe? When trying to decide whether to invest in blue-chip stocks, you should consider the risks. On one hand, blue chips tend to be less volatile than other stocks because of how well-established the companies are. The risk of them going bankrupt is low for the same reason. Tip: Blue-chip stocks may be safer than some other kinds of stocks because of how well-established the companies are, but there is always a risk that stock prices will go down, no matter how reputable a company is. On the other hand, there is always a risk that blue-chip stocks will decline in value, just as there is with other stocks. The market moves in cycles from https://seekingalpha.com/article/4452339-bullish-vs-bearish?source=content_type%3Areact%7Csection%3Amain_content%7Cbutton%3Abody_link, although bull markets tend to last much longer than bear markets. Blue chips will rise and fall as investors start to favor different sectors and types of stocks. However, their general long-term trend is usually up and to the right. Thus, a buy-and-hold strategy is best with blue chips because over time, they tend to rise due to their reputations and solid earnings growth. There is never any guarantee of a positive return with any stock, but many investors see blue chips as a safer bet in the long term than some other types of stocks.   https://seekingalpha.com/article/4434942-what-are-blue-chip-stocks

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