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    #1

    stodgy

    Does "stodgy" in the following mean the prices of the blue chips are not so fluctuating?

    If you want to invest in individual stocks, then go for blue chips like Coca-Cola ... These days "stodgy" blue chips also include the likes of Amazon, Google, and Apple.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: stodgy

    "Stodgy" means old, traditional, very formal.
    These days "stodgy" blue chips also include the likes of Amazon, Google, and Apple.
    Not so long ago Amazon, Google and Apple were "young", new, exciting, very trendy companies. But now they've become mature, predictable....almost "middle-aged."

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