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4 Mining Companies To Bury And Forget
- All of these companies are up at least 75% in the last 52 weeks and may be due for a correction.
- 100%+ earnings payout ratios may require these companies to cut their dividend.
- These companies trade for more than twice their peer’s price to earnings, book and sales ratios.
Scrap These 8 Wood And Metal Companies
- The median dividend yield of these companies is only 1%.
- These companies have an implied downside of 35% should they converge to the median of their peers.
- The price to earnings of these companies is nearly twice that of the S&P 500 and their peers.
Sidestep These 2 Overvalued Chemical Companies
- Both of these companies currently trade for more than twice the S&P 500’s price to earnings.
- Neither of these companies has a dividend yield above 1%.
- One of these companies is the second most expensive company by price to book among its 51 peers.
3 Undervalued Metal Companies To Fuse Into Your Portfolio
- Each of these 3 companies currently trades for less than 1 times price to book value.
- Median percent above 52-week low values of these three companies implies a potential 16% upside.
- The price to earnings ratio of each of these companies is below the S&P 500’s.
2 Undervalued Chemical Companies To Snatch Up Before They Evaporate
- Both of these companies currently trades for less than 1 times price to sales.
- The earnings payout ratio of each of these companies is less than 45%.
- Each of these company’s price to earnings is less than the S&P 500’s.
3 Undervalued Mining Companies Revealed
- These three companies have a 10-20% implied upside potential should they converge to the median of their peers.
- My favorite of these three companies has a dividend yield of 2% and an earnings payout ratio of only 30%.
- Investment in these companies could result in more than an additional $20,000 over the next decade in dividends compared to their peers.
The 5 Worst Water And Gas Companies I Could Find
- The dividend yield of each of these companies is below 2.6%.
- Earnings payout ratios of these five companies are between 80% and 500%.
- The median prices to sales of these five companies is nearly 4.8 times the median of their top five peers.
5 Water And Gas Companies Surging With Potential
- A $10,000 investment in these 5 companies would yield an additional $1,100 in dividends over the next decade.
- The earnings payout ratio of each of these 5 companies is less than 50%.
- Each of these 5 companies P/E ratio is currently less than the 19.1 of the S&P 500.
2 Electric Utilities You Should Avoid
- One of these 2 utilities does not pay a dividend.
- These 2 electric utilities are approximately 3 times as expensive by price to EBITDA compared to their peers.
- Each of these 2 utilities currently trade for approximately twice the P/E of their peers.
The 7 Best Electric Utilities Americans Can Own
- The median dividend yield of these 7 electric utilities is 4.5%.
- These 7 electric utilities have a median price-to-book value of 1.1.
- The median percent above 52-week low of these 7 electric utilities is only 9%.
Now Is The Time To Consider Consolidated Edison
- Consolidated Edison is trading at a discount compared to most Dividend Aristocrats on several key metrics.
- Consolidated Edison provides electricity to approximately 3.7 million customers, gas to approximately 1.2 million customers and steam to approximately 1,700 customers.
- Consolidated Edison owns and operates the largest steam distribution system in the United States.
5 Dividend Aristocrats To Avoid Buying Right Now
- The dividend yield of these 5 Aristocrats is half that of the average Aristocrat.
- The price-to-book ratio of these 5 Aristocrats is nearly three times that of the average Aristocrat.
- The price-to-sales ratio of these 5 Aristocrats is more than twice the average Aristocrat.
4 Dividend Aristocrats You Should Consider Buying
- There are currently 48 other Dividend Aristocrats you could be making the mistake of buying instead.
- These 4 Aristocrats have a dividend yield 58% higher than the average Aristocrat.
- These 4 Aristocrats' price-to-book value is 1/4 that of the average Aristocrat.
Citi's 50 World Champions Examined
- Citi release last week its latest World Champions list, which is a list of companies with a long track record of strong financial performance.
- World Champions are nominated by Citi analysts and selected by a committee.
- 39 of the 50 World Champions trade on a non-OTC American exchange. Read more» Read the article»
3 Telecom ADRs To Consider Before China's Economy Rises
- According to PWC, GDP per capita in China is expected to increase by 5% annually through 2050.
- Per capita GDP (USD) in China is expected to rise from $6,091 to $37,042 by 2050.
- Population in China is expected to be approximately 1.5 billion in 2050.
2 BRICS You Should Use To Build Your Portfolio
- The World Bank Group predicts global population will reach 9.4 billion by 2050.
- Between now and 2050, population increases in BRIC states alone will eclipse total United States population.
- Per capita standard of living in BRICS countries will rise on average 36% compared to 6% in the United States.
Coca-Cola: Don't Miss Out Like I Did
- Coca Cola is the largest beverage company worldwide, yet only accounts for 3.3% of worldwide annual beverage sales.
- By unit case volume, Coca Cola has grown 4% annually over the last decade.
- 81% of unit case volume occurs outside the United States.
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