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Do you consider yourself a value investor? We ran a screen with that philosophy idea in mind.

We began by screening for stocks that are technically oversold, with Relative Strength Index readings over the last 14 days below 40. We then screened for those that appear undervalued relative to earnings growth, with PEG below 1.

Finally, we screened for those stocks with strong sales trends, comparing growth in revenue to growth in accounts receivable. Since accounts receivable is the portion of revenue not yet received, and there is no guarantee the money will ever be received, the smaller the portion of revenue made up of receivables, the healthier the company's revenue.

We screened for stocks seeing faster growth in revenue than accounts receivable year-over-year, as well as accounts receivable comprising a smaller portion of current assets over the same time period.

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Do you think these stocks are trading at discounts from fair value? Use this list as a starting point for your own analysis.

List sorted by increase in revenue over the last year.

1. Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (SWHC): Offers metal processing services and manufactures firearms and handcuffs, as well as apparel and sportsmen's articles. Market cap at $526.56M, most recent closing price at $7.98. PEG at 0.98. RSI(14) at 37.66. Revenue grew by 27.71% during the most recent quarter ($129.84M vs. $101.67M y/y). Accounts receivable grew by -30.26% during the same time period ($48.31M vs. $69.27M y/y). Receivables, as a percentage of current assets, decreased from 34.02% to 25.33% during the most recent quarter (comparing 3 months ending 2012-04-30 to 3 months ending 2011-04-30).

2. The Hackett Group, Inc. (HCKT): Operates as a strategic advisory and technology consulting firm primarily in the United States and western Europe. Market cap at $113.96M, most recent closing price at $3.69. PEG at 0.35. RSI(14) at 39.47. Revenue grew by 7.87% during the most recent quarter ($57.02M vs. $52.86M y/y). Accounts receivable grew by 2.06% during the same time period ($35.2M vs. $34.49M y/y). Receivables, as a percentage of current assets, decreased from 61.97% to 61.41% during the most recent quarter (comparing 13 weeks ending 2012-03-30 to 13 weeks ending 2011-04-01).

3. Harmony Gold Mining Co. Ltd. (HMY): Engages in underground and surface gold mining operations in South Africa and Papua New Guinea. Market cap at $4.43B, most recent closing price at $9.79. PEG at 0.44. RSI(14) at 38.25. Revenue grew by 5.57% during the most recent quarter ($417M vs. $395M y/y). Accounts receivable grew by 0.% during the same time period ($182M vs. $182M y/y). Receivables, as a percentage of current assets, decreased from 40.81% to 26.69% during the most recent quarter (comparing 3 months ending 2012-03-31 to 3 months ending 2011-03-31).

4. Mitel Networks Corp. (MITL): Provides integrated communications solutions primarily to the SME market in the United States and internationally. Market cap at $168.49M, most recent closing price at $3.14. PEG at 0.24. RSI(14) at 18.97. Revenue grew by 3.55% during the most recent quarter ($157.6M vs. $152.2M y/y). Accounts receivable grew by -0.73% during the same time period ($162.4M vs. $163.6M y/y). Receivables, as a percentage of current assets, decreased from 56.12% to 53.6% during the most recent quarter (comparing 3 months ending 2012-04-30 to 3 months ending 2011-04-30).

5. Agilent Technologies Inc. (A): Provides bio-analytical and electronic measurement solutions to the communications, electronics, life sciences, and chemical analysis industries in the United States and internationally. Market cap at $12.91B, most recent closing price at $37.18. PEG at 0.91. RSI(14) at 39.12. Revenue grew by 3.34% during the most recent quarter ($1,733M vs. $1,677M y/y). Accounts receivable grew by -0.98% during the same time period ($909M vs. $918M y/y). Receivables, as a percentage of current assets, decreased from 18.01% to 15.12% during the most recent quarter (comparing 3 months ending 2012-04-30 to 3 months ending 2011-04-30).

*Accounting data sourced from Google Finance, all other data sourced from Finviz.

Source: 5 Undervalued And Oversold Stocks With Encouraging Sales Trends