2 edition of Profile of a growth stock found in the catalog.
Profile of a growth stock
Kermit C. Zieg
Bibliography: p. 107-109.
|Statement||by Kermit C. Zieg, Jr. and Susannah H. Zieg.|
|Contributions||Zieg, Susannah H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HG4921 .Z53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||72089471|
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PROFILE OF A GROWTH STOCK. Based on the book by Dr. Kermit Zieg. and additional research by Michael Neviaser. The criteria listed below are what I used to sort through over 2, stocks every month to winnow out the handful that actually met the criteria and produced very impressive results.
The data, which I tossed out while depressed, was. Benjamin Graham and the Power of Growth Stocks is an advanced, hands-on guide for investors and executives who want to find the best growth stocks, develop a solid portfolio strategy, and execute trades for maximum profitability and limited risk.
Through conversational explanations, real-world case studies, and pragmatic formulas, it shows you /5(12). Profile of a Growth Stock的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。Author: Zieg. A growth stock is a company that is expected to increase its profits (or revenue) at a much faster rate than the average business in its industry or the market in general.
Growth stocks appeal to many investors because Wall Street often values a Author: Brian Feroldi. Value or Growth Stocks: Which Are Better.
For the value index, the median ROIC, averaged over three years, and excluding goodwill, is only 15 percent, compared with 35 percent for the growth index (Exhibit 2).
In other words, the average growth stock is likely to deliver twice the average value stock’s book return on capital.