Essential data for tracking America's fastest-rising companies. Authoritative, updated facts and figures from the source trusted by more than one million investors Standard & Poor's Annual Guides, 2003, provide the completely updated data and analyses that top investment professionals have used for years to decide what to buy, when to sell, and why. Each book is a reference for vital data on earnings, dividends, and share prices; stock picks in a number of categories; and company addresses and contact information, along with names of top officers.
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The authoritative guide to the up-and-coming stocks that could be tomorrow's corporate giants
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Each of the 600 companies on the S&P SmallCap 600 index (average capitalization of $586 million) are up-and-coming businesses with enormous growth possibilities. Now, with the authoritative information in Standard & Poor's SmallCap 600 Guide, 2001 Edition, you have the potential to pick the blue-chip stocks of tomorrow and make investments that could reap enormous rewards.
With the comprehensive data and analyses in this handy reference, you have all of the resources of Standard & Poor's, America's leading securities information company, at your fingertips. In this easy-to-use guide you will find:
*Buy, sell, or hold recommendations *A summary of the company's business activity, recent developments, and sales history *Company addresses, telephone numbers, and names of key corporate officers *Key income and balance sheet statistics *Exclusive Standard & Poor's ranking (from A+ to D) based on historical growth and stability of earnings and dividends *Plus, computer-generated screens showing superior stock picks in many different categories. *Companies with consistently strong earnings growth *Underfollowed stocks *Stocks with low P/Es and high growth rates
More than one million business readers use Standard & Poor's rankings to guide them in making financial decisions. With the important - and often hard to acquire - information in this valuable resource, you may be able to pick, and profit from, the corporate giants of the future.
More than one million business readers use Standard & Poor's rankings to guide them in making financial decisions. With the important - and often hard to acquire - information in this valuable resource, you may be able to pick, and profit from, the corporate giants of the future.About the Author:
Standard & Poor's, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies, is the nation's leading securities information company. It provides a broad range of financial services, including the respected debt ratings and stock ratings, advisory services, data guides, and the most closely watched and widely reported gauges of stock-market activity--the S&P 500, S&P MidCap 400, S&P SmallCap 600, and the S&P Supercomposite 1500 stock price indexes. S&P products are marketed around the world and are used by both financial professionals and individual investors.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071409343