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[Book] Top Stocks 2008 - Premium Edition

Thursday 13th December 2007

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BookTop Stocks 2008 Premium Edition By Martin Roth $44.95

Top Stocks 2008 - Premium edition, has all the information of the best-selling Top Stocks of 2008, with a fully searchable CD.

Now in its 14th year of publication, Top Stocks is written for every investor who has ever thought, 'There are more than 2000 companies on the Australian Stock Exchange - where do I start?'

Popular finance author Martin Roth runs the top 500 companies through exhaustive selection criteria and subjects each stock to rigorous analysis. This year's edition is accompanied by an easy-to-use, PC compatible electronic version in which readers can make notes and carry them across to future electronic Top Stocks editions, locate specific information via a powerful search facility, and drag and drop text into Windows applications.

In Top Stocks 2008 you'll find individual analysis of the top Australian companies' latest results; comparative sales and profits data, and in-depth ration analysis; five-year price charts and shareholder return figures, comprehensive research detailing each company's overall outlook; and 19 tables ranking all companies according to financial data.

For those seeking quick and easy access to vital information and statistics on top Australian companies, Top Stocks 2008 is a must-read.

 

Top Stocks 2008 Premium Edition is available through the Good Returns Bookstore (www.goodreturns.co.nz/books or call 0800 345 675)



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