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Growth Company

Any company that creates considerable positive cash flows or earnings that grow significantly more quickly than the entire economy is considered a growth company. A growth company usually offers excellent potential for reinvested retained earnings. As a result, it frequently pays little to no dividends to stockholders, since it chooses to reinvest the majority or all of its earnings in growing the company instead.

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