The 100 best stocks to own in the world

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Dearborn Financial Pub., 1991 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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Novice and experienced investors alike will discover invaluable information on buying foreign stocks, one of the least-understood areas of investing for many Americans. This guide identifies the most outstanding companies in dozens of countries--Japan, West Germany, the U.K., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Italy, Asia, and others, as well as the U.S.

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User Review  - davidt8 - LibraryThing

While certainly dated, 18 years is a long time in stocks, this book does provide some interesting company histories, and some possibilities for investments. Careful research may be needed to find some companies that have merged or changed names over the years. Read full review


Delhaize Le Lion Belgium
Laidlaw Canada
BTR Nylex Australia

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Walden is a veteran journalist and columnist. He operates an investment research Web site.

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