Global Investing 2000 Edition : A Guide to the 50 Best Stocks in the World
Smart investors know there are no borders anymore, only great companies. Now syndicated financial columnist and television commentator Andrew Leckey has compiled an in-depth look at 50 global companies poised to dominate their markets. Here are the latest foreign and domestic success stories--and the financial information you need to make great investment choices for the new millennium. Find out:· From Australia to Finland, which companies have been growing rapidly despite the world economic slowdown· Why you should be putting money into the Asian economy now · How the Internet is really affecting the global economy, and which companies are making real profits from it Why a new era of corporate leadership is sweeping the globe, and where to find the smartest of this new breed of CEO· How to spread your investments across different industries and choose companies that offer value and performance· How to sort out the rash of global megamergers in the U.S. and...
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