buy earnings growth

buy earnings growth
to buy shares in a company at a low price compared to the profit the company made in the previous period, hoping that the shares will increase in value: »

Bargain-minded managers see a chance to buy earnings growth at a cheap price.

Main Entry: earnings growth

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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