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Growth Stock

Any stock in a company that is expected to increase in value much faster than the market as a whole is considered a growth stock. Typically, these stocks don't pay dividends, as they typically seek to reinvest any earnings they generate to promote growth in the short term. When investing in growth companies, investors hope to profit from capital gains when they eventually sell their shares in the future.

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