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STOCK VALUES
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Average. An equation that combines the value of a number of stocks into an arithmetic mean in an attempt to gauge the general direction of the market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a famous example.

Growth stocks. Stocks that are thought to have the potential to grow in value more rapidly than the market as a whole.

Income stocks. Stocks that have a record of paying dividends regularly.

Index. Another means to determine market trends, but this time in relation to a base market value. The AMEX Composite Index is an example.

Market value. The value of a stock on the open market, based on the value of the company's assets and investor expectations of the stock's performance.

Par. The face value of a share of stock, as assigned by the issuing company.

Volatility. The tendency of a stock's value to change up or down. A stock's volatility is a prime consideration in any investment strategy.

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