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Top Resource Stocks 2007

Monday 15th January 2007

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Top Resource Stocks 2007

by Allan Trench, Don Pridmore, Leonard Lau

Top Resource Stocks is vital reading for investors looking to find value in the current once-in-a-generation resources boom.

This book is timely because of the rapidly increasing profile of the resource sector among general investors who may have had little experience in investing in the sector. The situation is compounded by the relative scarcity of investment analysts with multi-investment cycle experience.

There are over 800 resources stocks listed on the Australian Stock Exchange - this book narrows down the choice by identifying the largest 100 minerals and energy companies.

For each company, the expert author team:
# reviews strengths and weaknesses
# assesses key mineral projects and resource assets
# outlines potential future share price triggers
# provides price charts and shareholder return figures

Top Resource Stocks 2007 also includes invaluable tables that rank all of the companies according to financial data.

This book is the only reference of its type to provide fact based, objective, key market information for companies in this sector of the sharemarket.

In a nutshell, Top Resource Stocks 2007 is worth its weight in gold!

Top Resource Stocks, $33.95 + $4.75 p&p is available through the Good Returns Bookstore ( or call 0800 345 675)

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