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Tuesday 28th November 2006

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Top Stocks 2007 - Premium Edition

by Martin Roth

Top Stocks is written for every investor who has ever been overwhelmed by the sheer number of companies listed on the ASX, and perhaps doesn't know just where to start.

Popular finance author Martin Roth runs the Top 500 Australian companies through an exhaustive selection criteria and subjects each stock to rigorous analysis.

This year’s Top Stocks includes:
# individual analysis of the latest results from the top Australian companies
# comparative sales and profits data and in-depth ratio analysis
# five-year price charts and shareholder return figures
# comprehensive research detailing each company’s overall outlook
# 19 tables that rank all of the companies according to financial data

The Premium Edition of Top Stocks 2007 comes with a fully-searchable CD.

Top Stocks (both the standard and premium with CD) are available through the Good Returns Bookstore (www.goodreturns.co.nz/books or call 0800 345 675)



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