understanding financial jargon
Growth shares are shares in companies where the market they operate in is growing in size over many years. This usually means that the company's earnings and share price will tend to grow at a faster rate than other companies.
Growth shares are most often found in sectors related to new technology such as biotechnology, telecoms and IT. Growth shares can also be found when wider markets are growing at a fast pace, even though a specific company might not usually be classified as a typical growth share. For example many companies in Indian and China could be currently counted as growth shares due to the boom in the wider economy in those regions. However, once those emerging markets mature and settle down into a more normal cyclic behaviour, those types of company will revert to being cyclic stocks.
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