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Wednesday 22nd February 2006

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ShareChat has secured a special combo deal on two top share research books and are offering Top Stocks 2006 and Small Company Top Stocks to our readers at a special price for a limited time.

Author of both books, Martin Roth, is one of Australia's leading authors of investment books and is an experienced securities analyst.

Top Stocks 2006

This is the twelfth year of publication for this 'must-have' reference for ASX sharebuyers. Once again, popular finance author Roth runs the Top 500 companies through his exhaustive selection criteria. This year 112 companies have met the tough criteria for entry into the book; 23 of them are new from last year.

If you are seeking quick and easy access to vital information and statistics on top Australian companies, all presented in an easy-to-read format, then Top Stocks 2006 is for you.

Small Company Top Stocks

An invaluable new resource for investors in the Australian sharemarket, in this new book Martin Roth once again takes the hard work out of stock analysis. With the sharemarket at record highs, investors are left wondering whether the popular big blue chip companies are overpriced. There are 1,700-or-so companies listed on the ASX, the vast majority are small companies. Yet coverage by stockbrokers and by the financial media is overwhelmingly of the larger companies - mainly those within the top 300.

Small Company Top Stocks presents investors with information on smaller companies - those outside the top 300 - that have a record of stable earnings, in a format similar to Top Stocks. All companies in the book must have recorded profits each year for the previous three years (compared to five years for Top Stocks).

Both books normally retail for $33.95 each. Buy both books now for just $49.95 (+$4 p&p in NZ / +$15.00 P&P to Aust.)

Click here to buy now or call the Good Returns bookstore now on 0800 345 675.




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