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Good Returns Bookstore

Tuesday 8th May 2007

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2007 New Zealand Investment Year Book By IRG $39.00

 

The essential handbook for every Kiwi share market trader and investor

 

Since 1973, the Investment Year Book has helped people make profitable decisions about the share market. Produced by IRG, New Zealand’s leading independent investment research company, it is specifically designed to give investors the information they need in a quick and convenient form.

 

Covering every company in the NZ share market, plus the 100 top Australian listed companies, the IRG Year Book gives you:

 

- depth of knowledge about a company with an overview of key events from the day it listed.
- Website links so you can undertake further research
- A list of major shareholders so you can see what the smart money is investing in
- A financial history so you can assess a company’s financial strength and look for trends
- Coverage of each company’s latest financial result, including its profit outlook for the coming year
- Brokers’ earnings forecasts for major companies

 

Plus graphs, market overviews, dividend details, an announcement calendar and much more.

 

 

 

The 2007 Investment Yearbook is available through the Good Returns Bookstore (www.goodreturns.co.nz/books or call 0800 345 675)

 

 

 



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