Where are the Cheap Firms?

/Where are the Cheap Firms?

Where are the Cheap Firms?

By | 2017-08-18T16:52:23+00:00 January 30th, 2015|Value Investing Research|3 Comments

Energy (mostly oil-related) and consumer discretionary (brick & mortar retailers).

Cheap–or at least relatively cheap–based on enterprise multiples.


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  • Dan CaJacob

    Are you explicitly filtering put telecom stocks, as I assume you are utilities and financials?

  • Michael Milburn

    Initially, I would’ve guessed materials stocks would show up stronger on the list.

  • erik_t

    How is the chart calculated?