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This 2000 edition of the text reports, analyzes and opinions on the 600 companies in the SmallCap Index (companies with average marketing capitalization of $450 million). It provides full financial data for use by investment professionals.From the Back Cover:
The authoritative guide to the up-and-coming stocks that could be tomorrow's corporate giants. Imagine how wealthy you'd be if you'd invested in Microsoft or Intel or Amazon.com when they first went public! 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, 2000 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 rankings (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. In addition, unique, at-a-glance charts highlight: companies with consistently strong earnings growth; low-priced stocks with high projected growth rates; underfollowed stocks; companies paying higher dividends in each of the past five years; 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.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 71352554