Saturday , 20 April 2019


Investing

The P/E Ratio: Its Strengths and Limitations (+22K Views)

When it comes to valuing stocks, the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is the number one metric for investors that want an instant fix on what the market thinks of a company. [That being said]...there are health warnings to heed if you don’t want to be left exposed by its limitations. [Let me explain.] Words: 1101

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4 Ways To Add Defensive Exposure To Your Investing

As investors adjust to a lower growth paradigm, investors may want to consider exposures that either offer limited downside protection such as minimum volatility strategies or that move less in sync with equity and bonds such as in commodities. This article identifies 4 ways investors can add targeted defensives exposures to their portfolios.

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“Rent” Silver For Pennies-on-the-Dollar! Here’s How

Investors owning a substantial amount of physical silver not only pay storage costs, they are missing out on interest. This report shows you how it’s possible to “rent” silver for pennies-on-the-dollar, freeing up capital to earn virtually risk-free interest elsewhere.

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Back Up the Truck! These 4 Mainstream Stocks Have Price-to-Book Ratios Under 1.0x

Today we have discovered 4 Canadian small caps with market caps under $2B and revenues above $500M trading with a price-to-book ratio under 1.0x. Typically, a ratio under 1.0x implies that a stock is undervalued as the stock is trading on the market for less than its intrinsic value. For reference, the average price-to-book of our sample of 163 TSX-listed stocks is 2.0x.

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