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The following is a list of 10 stocks reporting earnings on July 20. All of these stocks have PEG ratios below 1, which suggests that they may be undervalued.

Here is an interactive overview of all the companies in this screen. More detailed analysis follows below.

To analyze this list, we'll focus on valuation ratios, institutional transactions and short float.

And to give you some perspective on the company's ability to beat analyst expectations, we've included charts of past earnings results relative to estimates. Green markers represent better than expected results, while red markers represent worse than expected results.

1. AO Smith Corp. (AOS): Industrial Electrical Equipment Industry. P/E ratio of 13.92, forward P/E of 12.57, and PEG ratio of 0.63. Institutional investors, who currently own 74.22% of the company, increased holdings by 1.39% over the last 3 months. Short float of 8.81%, which implies a short ratio of 5.89 days.

2. Chemspec International Limited (CPC): Specialty Chemicals Industry. P/E ratio of 10.73, forward P/E of 7.08, and PEG ratio of 0.7. Institutional investors, who currently own 14.86% of the company, increased holdings by 16.24% over the last 3 months. Short float of 0.11%, which implies a short ratio of 0.24 days.

3. Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD): Biotechnology Industry. P/E ratio of 10.55, forward P/E of 8.57, and PEG ratio of 0.75. Institutional investors, who currently own 91.81% of the company, increased holdings by 0.51% over the last 3 months. Short float of 1.85%, which implies a short ratio of 1.05 days.

4. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS): Diversified Investments Industry. P/E ratio of 6.08, forward P/E of 7.48, and PEG ratio of 0.61. Institutional investors, who currently own 72.91% of the company, reduced holdings by -1.87% over the last 3 months. Short float of 1.27%, which implies a short ratio of 0.38 days.

5. Net Servicos de Comunicaco (NETC): CATV Systems Industry. P/E ratio of 9.43, forward P/E of 10.62, and PEG ratio of 0.87. Institutional investors, who currently own 15.31% of the company, increased holdings by 3% over the last 3 months. Short float of 1.57%, which implies a short ratio of 2.98 days.

6. Platinum Underwriters Holdings Ltd. (PTP): Property & Casualty Insurance Industry. P/E ratio of 6.21, forward P/E of 7.07, and PEG ratio of 0.54. Institutional investors, who currently own 95% of the company, cut holdings by -4.46% over the last 3 months. Short float of 4.7%, which implies a short ratio of 4.19 days.

7. RC2 Corp. (RCRC): Toys & Games Industry. P/E ratio of 10.74, forward P/E of 9.04, and PEG ratio of 0.98. Institutional investors, who currently own 94.55% of the company, boosted holdings by 2.62% over the last 3 months. Short float of 3.61%, which implies a short ratio of 4.77 days.

8. State Street Corp. (STT): Regional Bank (Northeast). P/E ratio of 10.64, forward P/E of 10.01, and PEG ratio of 0.97. Institutional investors, who currently own 83.71% of the company, cut holdings by -1.24% over the last 3 months. Short float of 1.24%, which implies a short ratio of 0.94 days.

9. Seagate Technology PLC (STX): Data Storage Devices Industry. P/E ratio of 6.46, forward P/E of 4.34, and PEG ratio of 0.6. Institutional investors, who currently own 90.5% of the company, significantly decreased holdings by -13.39% over the last 3 months. Short float of 5.23%, which implies a short ratio of 1.58 days.

10. UnitedHealth Group, Inc. (UNH): Health Care Plans Industry. P/E ratio of 8.91, forward P/E of 9.01, and PEG ratio of 0.85. Institutional investors, who currently own 84.9% of the company, reduced holdings by -1.93% over the last 3 months. Short float of 0.95%, which implies a short ratio of 0.97 days.

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Source: 10 Undervalued Stocks Reporting Earnings Today (July 20)