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Non-Speculative stocks

Non-Speculative stocks Definition

Non-Speculative stocks are typically made up of more established companies, that have stable earnings, and are less violatile than speculative stocks. Non-Spec stocks are generally considered a safe or secure investment which tend to trade at lower price earnings ratios, and will often pay dividends out to shareholders. They are also more likely to have significant institutional coverage when compared to speculative stocks.




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