Blue Chip Index(redirected from Blue Chip Indexes)
Blue Chip Index
An index that predominately or exclusively tracks stocks in well-known and highly respected publicly-traded companies. Blue chip indices track companies that are usually financially sound and are thought to be relatively low-risk investments. These indices tend to be less volatile and are used sometimes as indicators of wider economic performance. A prominent example of a blue chip index is the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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