Tuesday , 20 October 2020


Tag Archives: price-to-book ratio

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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Price-to-Book Ratio Valuations: 6 Stocks That Met Our Screening Parameters

Value investing offers an opportunity to enter the market and grab stocks that have otherwise been overlooked by the majority of investors and are thus trading at cheap multiples. Although price to earnings (P/E) and price to sales (P/S) valuation tools are more commonly used for stock selection, the price-to-book ratio (P/B ratio) is also an easy-to-use metric for identifying bargain stocks with high-growth prospects. This article identifies 6 of the 10 stocks that met or surpassed our screening parameters.

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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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Are U.S. Stocks Really As "Cheap" As They Appear To Be?

U.S. stocks are trading at their cheapest levels since at least 1990, according to such commonly used valuations as price-to-earnings and price-to-book ratios as well as dividend yield...but [we ask,] cheaper than what? Different "investments" are valued differently at different times during the artificial central-banking business cycle that we must function under. In this case, we would argue, stocks are more likely reflecting potential chaos to come than a buying opportunity. Sure, there may be rallies during this fiat bear market but they should be considered within the context of the larger trends.

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