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Due out soon: Investment Yearbook 2005

Friday 29th April 2005

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There is one source of information that successful investors refuse to do without – a detailed, independent guide to every New Zealand listed company and the top 100 Australian corporates.

That guide is the IRG Investment Year Book. New Zealand’s longest serving and most popular investment guide, the 2005 Investment Yearbook carries a full page of invaluable material on almost every company.

Contents include:
-directory data
- historical financials
- company overviews
- performance reviews and outlooks
- tables
- charts
and in many cases, earnings forecasts

Also there is a useful introductory section full of explanatory notes and information about the timing of dividends, profit results and more, helping to make managing your share portfolio an easy and profitable task!

2005 Investment Year Book , $29.95, is available online through the Good Returns Bookstore, at

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