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The Top 100 International Growth Stocks

The Top 100 International Growth Stocks

Your Guide to Creating a Blue Chip International Portfolio for Higher Returns and

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One Hundred New Ways to Make Your Money Work Harder
Countless foreign stocks routinely outperform the S&P 500, but sending your money halfway around the world can feel risky -- unless you know which stocks to invest in. How can you make informed decisions on the international market? How can you find the Microsoft of Germany or Wal-Mart of France? What stocks should you buy in emerging markets such as Asia and Latin America? The Top 100 International Growth Stocks highlights the best opportunities for creating a diversified portfolio of stable, quality investments. Here are:
  • Detailed company profiles of 100 overseas performers
  • Invaluable ?grading boxes? that rate growth, management quality, and risk factors
  • Share-price performance charts
  • Tips on how and when to purchase foreign stocks and track your investments

Scott and Peggy Kalb analyzed more than 10,000 companies before they arrived at their top 100. Their selections have survived and prospered despite recessions, political upheaval, difficult mergers, and tough competition -- because the focus here is on long-term, blue-chip investments.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 368 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780684843391 | 
  • July 1998
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Chapter 1

Going Global with the Top 100 International Growth Stocks

There are two times in a man's life when he should not speculate: when he can't afford it and when he can.

Mark Twain (1897)

What do most investors want? The best possible returns for the least possible worry. Our advice: Go global. In this book we have carefully chosen 100 top international growth stocks all suitable for a well-diversified portfolio: stocks that complement domestic growth stocks and, when added to a solid U.S. portfolio, should help to increase returns with no added risk.

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