A strategy to uncover growth and ultimately a soaring share price

Julie Brownlee, Fsp Invest, 10 Apr. 2014

Tags: investing, strategy, growth, share price, growth company, growth investing, growth investors, growth shares, growth stocks,

If you want a strategy that focuses on buying shares for capital gains rather than income, then growth investing is for you. It involves finding companies that can rapidly grow profits. And the rapidly growing profits equate to a rapidly growing share price. If you get this strategy right, you could make yourself a tidy profit. Let’s take a closer look at what it takes to be a growth investor…

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What is a growth company?

A growth company is a company that ploughs all of its profits back into its business to generate more growth. It won’t ‘waste’ money paying large dividends to its shareholders, Phil Oakley in Money Week explains.

These companies may be small shares. They may also be posting losses as it funnels funds into investments that the company should reap the benefits of in the future.

For instance, a growth company may invest a lot of money into its equipment to manufacture its products. Or it may invest a lot conducting research and development before selling any of its products.

Uncover some winning growth companies and you could profit handsomely. But back a growth company that flops or pay too much for one, and you could face losing a lot of money.

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How to find the best growth shares

You need to be very confident in a company’s products and its business model. And in order for the company to make money, you have to believe the company can sell its products with little competition.

Don’t get sucked in by any of the hype surrounding a growth company. Always try and be objective. If you pay too much for this kind of company, you can lose a lot of money.

These shares won’t trade at rock bottom prices. But you want to pay a reasonable price, not an over exaggerated one.

So there you have it, a strategy to uncover growth and ultimately a soaring share price

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