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Analysing Company Accounts : A Guide for Australian Share Investors - Martin Roth

Analysing Company Accounts

A Guide for Australian Share Investors

Paperback Published: 9th March 2004
ISBN: 9780731401147
Number Of Pages: 184

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Company annual reports and prospectuses contain a wealth of vital data regarding the health of a company, yet few investors use these resources to their full potential. <i>Analysing Company Accounts 4<sup>th</sup> Edition </i>will help you to understand the information presented and to know which figures are useful and which can be misleading.</p> <p> Roth's suggestions for monitoring your portfolio are based on ratio analysis. Side&#8209;stepping the purple prose of company directors, investors can&nbsp;-- with the help of a calculator -- compare, contrast and ascertain the actual stability and growth potential of any publicly listed stock. Importantly, real examples from company reports of 15 of Australia's Top 500 companies are used to highlight and clarify the book's lessons.</p> <p> First published in 1995, this title was soon Number 1 on the Stock Exchange Book Centre's 30 Top Sellers list. Continuing popularity with investors has seen <i>Analysing Company Accounts</i> updated through 2nd and 3rd editions, and this new 4th edition has been rewritten to reflect today's changing market conditions.</p> <p> Comprehensive, wide&#8209;ranging and practical in their coverage of the sharemarket, Martin Roth's suggestions will prove a valuable educational tool for both established investors and newcomers alike.</p>

ISBN: 9780731401147
ISBN-10: 073140114X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 184
Published: 9th March 2004
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 14.8  x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 4
Edition Type: Revised

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