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S&P 500’s PEG Ratio Suggests Overvaluation & Coming Correction (+5K Views)

The S&P 500 index is trading at record high levels and optimism remains high with Barron's professional money manager survey indicating a record 74% money managers being bullish on markets even at current levels. [When one] measures valuations with respect to expected growth, [however, the ensuing ratio, the PEG ratio,] suggests overvaluation at these levels. [Let me explain further.] Words: 254; Charts: 1

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Here Are 5 Of the Best Bargain PEG Ratio Stocks

While yardsticks such as dividend yield, the ratio of price to earnings, sales or book value are the most common value investing metrics that can single out stocks trading at a discount, these ratios fail to consider the potential of a stock. A stock's PEG ratio, with the earnings growth component in it, does just that and this article has identified .

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5 Low Price-To-Book Value Stocks To Buy Now

In value analysis the underrated price-to-book ratio (P/B ratio) is an easy-to-use valuation tool for identifying low-priced stocks with exceptional returns. Here are 5 such stocks you should seriously consider buying now.

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PEG Ratio Helps Identify Over & Under Valued Sectors & Stocks

Simply because the P/E for a sector or individual stocks is high does not necessarily mean the sector or stock is overvalued. Importantly, the P/E should be compared to the earnings growth rate for each sector or company. By dividing the P/E by the earnings growth rate, one obtains the PEG ratio (PE to growth rate.) This article compares each sector’s P/Es to each sector’s PEG ratio and comments on which sectors are over and under valued.

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