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Top Stocks 2012: A Sharebuyer's Guide to Leading Australian Companies
by Martin Roth
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 073037727X, Paperback)Amid a weak economy, slowing corporate profitability, a limping share market and growing investor caution, the 18th edition of Australia's most trusted and sought after share market reference, Top Stocks, returns. Despite the current financial climate, a surprisingly large number of Australian companies continue to race ahead with surging profits, Top Stocks 2012 guides investors with the lasted information on the companies that will help them build a successful portfolio.
Respected financial journalist Martin Roth puts his rigorous, independent selection criteria to work on the top 500 Australian companies, once more delivering detailed and crucial analysis on Australia's best public companies. In Top Stocks 2012 you will discover which firms pose the lowest risk and the greatest long-term investment value.
Inside, you'll find:Individual, unbiased analysis of the latest results from 102 top Australian companiesComparative sales and profits data, and in-depth ratio analysisComprehensive research detailing each company's overall outlook19 tables that rank all of the companies according to financial data
Martin Roth is an internationally successful financial journalist. Based in Melbourne, he is one of Australia's leading authors of investment books.
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The 18th edition of the best-selling annual sharemarket reference is a must-have for every investor. Martin Roth once again applies his tried-and-tested selection criteria and rigorous analysis to determine the best public companies, representing low-risk, long-term value. This definitive guide to the top Australian listed companies presents all the key information in an easy-to-read format, giving anyone with any level of experience the chance to build a successful portfolio.
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