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Tag Archives: value investing

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 Ultra-Cheap Growth ETFs for a Large-Cap Play This Spring

Below we have selected five large-cap growth ETFs that provide exposure to the broad stock market instead of a particular sector. All these funds have a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) with a lower expense ratio of under 10%, making them superior relative to other choices in the growth space.

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You’re Probably Investing The Wrong Way For Retirement – Here Is A Better Way

In my view, most people who are selecting stocks for their retirement are doing it wrong. Most investors are picking “good companies,” stocks that have gone up a lot in the past, stocks of companies that are soon to release higher earnings, or stocks that have been selected because the technicals look good. All of these make for lousy long term investments. Here's a better path to retirement bliss, one that’s much more likely to work out if you are prepared to put just a little bit of time and effort into your portfolio.

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Value Investing: The Practical Application of Benjamin Graham & Warren Buffett’s Principles (+2K Views)

While the average amateur investor may be excellent in their own career field, it doesn't mean they know what to invest in, or how to pick stocks. In fact being very good at your field can give you the false sense that whatever stocks you pick or your broker picks for you must be good, because after all, you picked them and you picked your broker — and you're smart so, no doubt, those stock prices will go up. Unfortunately, the smart and talented stock-picking neophyte is not investing at all but speculating. Words: 924

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