Learning about shares: Study the form to pick the most likely winners
Saturday 6 March 2004
Q. Barbara Kendall asks:
By The LandlordThis week's question has been on my mind for a while. What makes one company a better investment than another?
A. Dan Dividend responds:
Good question. I'll call on an NZX Broker, Cam Watson from ABN AMRO Craigs in Tauranga, to look at some of the criteria that make a company stand out from the crowd as a potentially great place to put your money.
Cam says: Most of the criteria we'll address place companies in the broader context of their surroundings. External factors are just as important as what goes on inside a company.
Assessing a company's potential for growth is a good place to start.
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