religion stock
n. Stock from a company that investors believe will continue to show increased revenues and profits for many years to come.

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"A religion stock inspires (or used to inspire) blind faith. You know the names: America Online, Charles Schwab, Cisco Systems, Dell Computer, EMC, Lucent Technologies, Medtronic, Microsoft, Oracle and Yahoo, among others."
—Jane Bryant Quinn, "False Worship at the Altar of Hot Stocks," The Washington Post, October 29, 2000

Marcelo Mareque suggested today's phrase.

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