Income shares – Are shares in companies
that have historically paid larger dividends,
compared to other types of shares. This
type of share can be used to generate
income without selling the shares. But you
need to take into account the cost of the
share relative to its typical dividend.
• Blue chip shares – Issued by companies with
long histories of growth and stability. Blue
chip shares usually pay regular dividends and
generally maintain a fairly steady price trend.
• Growth shares – Issued by entrepreneurial
companies experiencing a faster rate of
growth than their general industries. These
shares may pay little or no dividends if the
company needs most or all of its earnings to
• Cyclical shares – Issued by companies that
are affected by general economic trends.
The share prices tend to fall during periods
of economic recession and rise during
economic booms. For example, mining, heavy
machinery, and home building companies.
• Defensive shares – The opposite of cyclical
shares. Companies producing staples such
as food, beverages, pharmaceuticals and
insurance are often regarded as defensive
shares. They tend to maintain more of their
value during economic downturns
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