Today's so-called growth stocks have a whiff of glamour about them. There is something exciting about fast-growing companies and the prospect of continued high returns. The Australian market has seen some growth stocks emerge, such as internet darlings Seek, REA Group and the fast-food chain Domino's Pizza Enterprises. Each has been pushed higher with dizzy price-earnings (PE) ratios. Investing in shares on the Australian stock exchange is almost always about buying into a company’s growth story. For Growth stocks, we use Return on Assets (ROA), Return on Equity (ROE) and Earnings per Share (EPS) growth and measure these criteria based on the company’s market capitalisation and the industry it operates within. In order to suit the needs of a growth investor, a company must possess a history of consistent earnings growth. To determine whether a company’s fundamental performance is sustainable, investors must analyse the company’s outlook and forecast performance. Our team is always here to help you identify the best Growth Stocks on the exchange.