Top Stocks 2013

Top Stocks 2013 : A Sharebuyer's Guide to Leading Australian Companies

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Australia's bestselling sharemarket title is back in a new 19th edition In this new edition of Top Stocks, renowned financial journalist Martin Roth returns with his tried-and-tested analysis of the best public companies in Australia, based on low-risk and long-term value. Featuring clear and objective information on the performance and outlook of Australian companies across market sectors, it's an absolute must for Australian investors. Presented in its trademark easy-to-read format, Top Stocks 2013 cuts through the noise and hype to assess every company on the same proven criteria, with a focus on profitability, debt levels, and dividends. Features individual, unbiased analysis of the latest results from Australia's top companies Includes comparative sales and profits data, as well as in-depth ratio analysis Packed with comprehensive research on each company's overall outlook and tables ranking all companies according to financial data For investors and traders, nothing beats the expertise and insight available in this trustworthy bestseller. Top Stocks 2013 is the ultimate guide to the top Australian companies.
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  • Electronic book text
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Wrightbooks
  • United States
  • Revised
  • 19th Revised edition
  • 9781118406267

Table of contents

Preface vii Introduction xv Part I: the companies Melbourne IT Limited 112 Mermaid Marine Australia Limited 114 Metcash Limited 116 Mineral Resources Limited 118 Monadelphous Group Limited 120 Mortgage Choice Limited 122 National Australia Bank Limited 124 Navitas Limited 126 NIB Holdings Limited 128 Nick Scali Limited 130 NRW Holdings Limited 132 Orica Limited 134 OrotonGroup Limited 136 Patties Foods Limited 138 Perpetual Limited 140 Platinum Asset Management Limited 142 Ramsay Health Care Limited 144 RCR Tomlinson Limited 146 Reckon Limited 148 Redflex Holdings Limited 150 Reece Australia Limited 152 The Reject Shop Limited 154 Retail Food Group Limited 156 Rio Tinto Limited 158 SAI Global Limited 160 Sedgman Limited 162 Seek Limited 164 Slater & Gordon Limited 166 SMS Management & Technology Limited 168 Sonic Healthcare Limited 170 STW Communications Group Limited 172 Super Retail Group Limited 174 Tatts Group Limited 176 Technology One Limited 178 Thorn Group Limited 180 Treasury Group Limited 182 The Trust Company Limited 184 UGL Limited 186 Webjet Limited 188 Westpac Banking Corporation 190 Woodside Petroleum Limited 192 Woolworths Limited 194 WorleyParsons Limited 196 Holdings Limited 198 Part II: the tables A Market capitalisation 203 B Revenues 204 C Year-on-year revenues growth 205 D EBIT margin 206 E Year-on-year EBIT margin growth 207 F After-tax profit 208 G Year-on-year earnings-per-share growth 209 H Return on equity 210 I Year-on-year return on equity growth 211 J Debt-to-equity ratio 212 K Current ratio 213 L Price/earnings ratio 214 M Price-to-NTA-per-share ratio 215 N Dividend yield 216 O Year-on-year dividend growth 217 P Five-year share price return 218 Q Non-interest income to total income 219 R Cost-to-income ratio 219 S Return on assets 219
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About Martin Roth

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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