- PE Ratio multiples
- Discount Earnings model
- GY2PE

Price to earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced. We identified the top 6 Materials stocks trading below or near the average of its yearly low P/E for the last 5 years. These securities are pretty undervalued compared to other securities in the sector.

Company earnings are very closely followed by

]]>Materials stocks in NYSE have been evaluated by three different fundamental metrics:

- PE Ratio multiples
- Discount Earnings model
- GY2PE

Price to earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced. We identified the top 6 Materials stocks trading below or near the average of its yearly low P/E for the last 5 years. These securities are pretty undervalued compared to other securities in the sector.

Company earnings are very closely followed by

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Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the

]]>It is often very hard to evaluate stocks bouncing higher at a rapid pace. The following are the list of S&P500 Finance stocks consistently rising since the start of the year. These securities consistently outperformed the broad market. We basically used two fundamental criteria to evaluate these stocks to see if there is much value left to open long positions.

Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the

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Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the

]]>The following are the securities that were in downtrend for most of the last 30 days and of late are showing signs of turnaround based on technical criteria. These securities are evaluated using the following fundamental valuation criterion:

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the

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The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used to

]]>Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years is then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used to

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Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. The discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years is then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent

]]>It is often very hard to find value in stocks with an uptrend. The following is the list of S&P500 (SPY) stocks consistently edging higher in the last 45 trading days. These securities consistently outperformed the broad market. We basically used two fundamental criteria to evaluate these stocks.

Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. The discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years is then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent

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Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value

]]>It is often very hard to evaluate stocks declining at a rapid pace. The following are the list of NYSE stocks consistently dropping fast in last 60 trading days. These securities consistently underperformed the broad market. We basically used two fundamental criteria to evaluate these stocks.

Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value

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The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used

]]>Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used

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Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then

]]>Evaluating stocks both and technical and fundamental metrics is considered a prudent way to invest. The following are the 7 stocks in a consistent downtrend making consecutive lower lows and lower highs, resulting in a price decline. Each relative low is below the preceding low, and each relative high is below the preceding high. The volumes in these securities are increasing suggesting reversal in the down trend. These 7 stocks are evaluated using the discounted earnings model and the sum of growth yield to price earnings.

Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then

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**Tesoro Corp (TSO):** Tesoro Corporation is an independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products. Tesoro, through its subsidiaries, operates seven refineries in the western United States with a combined capacity of approximately 665,000 barrels per day. The company has a return on assets (ROA) of -0.4% and a return on equity (ROE) of -.9%. The company is trading with a return on invested capital (ROIC) of -.6%. Tesoro is expected to earn $3.55 per share

Stock markets of late are in an uptrend and the stocks that have bright prospects and compelling valuations are being picked up by shrewd investors. Our algorithms have detected the securities that are performing better than the broader market, with incremental volume support; this is often considered a bullish sign. The S&P 500 gained 8.75% during the last 30 trading days but these securities gained 15%-33% in the same time period.

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**Tesoro Corp (TSO):** Tesoro Corporation is an independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products. Tesoro, through its subsidiaries, operates seven refineries in the western United States with a combined capacity of approximately 665,000 barrels per day. The company has a return on assets (ROA) of -0.4% and a return on equity (ROE) of -.9%. The company is trading with a return on invested capital (ROIC) of -.6%. Tesoro is expected to earn $3.55 per share

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The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly

]]>Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. The discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of a company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecast period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly

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The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number. We intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used

]]>The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number. We intentionally eliminated the book value as we are evaluating the companies based on earnings power. This model is commonly used

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Price to earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average

]]>Evaluating stocks both with technical and fundamental metrics is considered a prudent way to invest. The following stocks are in a consistent down trend, making consecutive lower lows and lower highs, resulting in a price decline. Each relative low is below the preceding low, and each relative high is below the preceding high. The volumes in these securities are increasing, suggesting a reversal in the down trend. These stocks are evaluated using the following fundamental metrics:

Price to earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average

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The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value, as we are trying to evaluate finance companies based on earnings power. The model is

]]>Company earnings are very closely followed by many investors. Discounted earnings model is a popular model to estimate the worth of the company. The amount of future earnings from the business is estimated for each forecasted period and discounted at the appropriate discount rate to determine their present value. The present value of each period of estimated earnings for all future years are then added to determine the total present value.

The last step determines the perpetual value. It's the residual value of the business at the end of the period of years being estimated. This value is discounted to its equivalent present value and added to the present value of the future earnings to determine total intrinsic value. Some investors like adding the book value to this number; we intentionally eliminated the book value, as we are trying to evaluate finance companies based on earnings power. The model is

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A rule of thumb for stock valuation that is popular on Wall Street is to calculate the sum of the expected growth rate of a stock's earnings plus its dividend yield and divide this by its P-E ratio. The higher the ratio, the better, and the famed money manager Peter Lynch recommends investors select stocks with a ratio of 2 or higher and

]]>Price-to-earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced.

A rule of thumb for stock valuation that is popular on Wall Street is to calculate the sum of the expected growth rate of a stock's earnings plus its dividend yield and divide this by its P-E ratio. The higher the ratio, the better, and the famed money manager Peter Lynch recommends investors select stocks with a ratio of 2 or higher and

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**Proshares UltraShort MSCI Brazil (BZQ):** The fund invests in derivatives that Proshare Advisors believe should have similar daily return characteristics as twice (200%) the inverse of the daily return of MSCI Brazil Index. It invests typically the rest of the assets in money market instruments. The fund is non-diversified. BZQ has $13.51M in assets. BZQ is currently trading at -40.9% lower volume compared to its 30 day moving

The following are the list of eight ETFs in a down trend during the past 30 trading days. Most of these ETFs created new low lows and high lows in this time frame with a progressively high volume support. The markets had a two month rally and there are higher chances of a pullback. These ETFs are positioned to rise in a pullback scenario. These ETFs lost 6-32% this year, when the broad market (S&P500) gained 6.1% in the same period.

**Proshares UltraShort MSCI Brazil (BZQ):** The fund invests in derivatives that Proshare Advisors believe should have similar daily return characteristics as twice (200%) the inverse of the daily return of MSCI Brazil Index. It invests typically the rest of the assets in money market instruments. The fund is non-diversified. BZQ has $13.51M in assets. BZQ is currently trading at -40.9% lower volume compared to its 30 day moving

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**Dell Inc (DELL):** Dell Inc. provides integrated technology solutions in the information technology industry worldwide. The company designs, develops, manufactures, markets, sells and supports mobility products including laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones, desktops PCs, servers and networking products. The stock has a return on assets (ROA) of 9.23% and a high ROE of 47.23%. The stock is expected to earn $0.46

The stock markets of late are in an uptrend and the stocks that have bright prospects and compelling valuations are being picked up by shrewd investors. Stookle.com algorithms detected the securities that are performing better than the broader market with incremental volume support. These securities have been making consistent higher highs and lower highs with an incremental volume support. These characteristics typically suggest continual uptrend. S&P500 (SPY) gained 7.86% during the last 30 trading days but these securities gained 16%-35% in the same time period.

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**Dell Inc (DELL):** Dell Inc. provides integrated technology solutions in the information technology industry worldwide. The company designs, develops, manufactures, markets, sells and supports mobility products including laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones, desktops PCs, servers and networking products. The stock has a return on assets (ROA) of 9.23% and a high ROE of 47.23%. The stock is expected to earn $0.46

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**Xerox Corp (XRX):** Xerox Corporation is a global document management company that manufactures and sells a range of color and black-and-white printers, multifunction

Price-to-earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced. We identified the top 6 Technology stocks in the S&P500 (SPY) trading below or near the average of their yearly low P/E for the last 5 years. These securities are pretty undervalued compared with other securities in this sector.

**Xerox Corp (XRX):** Xerox Corporation is a global document management company that manufactures and sells a range of color and black-and-white printers, multifunction

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**Siemens AG (SI):** Siemens AG is an electronics and electrical engineering company. Siemens is an integrated technology company and operates in the industrial, energy, healthcare

Price-to-earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced. We identified the top 5 Industrial stocks in NYSE trading below or near the average of its yearly low P/E for the last 5 years. These securities are pretty undervalued compared with other securities in this sector.

**Siemens AG (SI):** Siemens AG is an electronics and electrical engineering company. Siemens is an integrated technology company and operates in the industrial, energy, healthcare

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**SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Small Cap ETF (EWX):**The investment seeks to replicate, net of expenses, the Emerging Markets Under USD2 Billion Index. The fund invests at least 80% of assets in securities that comprise the index. EWX yields 1.86% and has a price to earnings multiple (P/E) of 9. EWX is currently trading at 160% higher volume compared to its 30 day moving average.EWX is currently trading at $44.38, raising $6.65 or 17.63% this year.

**SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (XBI):** The investment seeks to replicate as closely as

The following are the list of ten ETF's in an uptrend during the past 30 trading days. Most of these ETF's created new high highs and low highs in this time frame with a progressively high volume support. These ETF's gained between 16-31% this year, which is better than the 4% gain in the Dow Jones 30. *(Click to enlarge)*

**SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Small Cap ETF (EWX):**The investment seeks to replicate, net of expenses, the Emerging Markets Under USD2 Billion Index. The fund invests at least 80% of assets in securities that comprise the index. EWX yields 1.86% and has a price to earnings multiple (P/E) of 9. EWX is currently trading at 160% higher volume compared to its 30 day moving average.EWX is currently trading at $44.38, raising $6.65 or 17.63% this year.

**SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (XBI):** The investment seeks to replicate as closely as

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**EOG Resources (EOG):** EOG Resources, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the exploration, development, production and marketing of natural gas and crude oil primarily in

Price to earnings ratio is the most commonly used investment metric. The assessment of relative changes in PE ratio over the course of time highlights the low and high multiples investors are willing to pay for the current and future earnings of a company. Most investors would like to compare the current PE of the company with its historical averages. Comparing a company's current P/E ratio with benchmarks such as its historical P/E average can help a value investor determine if the stock is cheap, fully valued or overpriced. We identified the top 5 energy stocks trading below or near the average of its yearly low P/E for the last 5 years. These securities are pretty undervalued compared to other securities in this sector.

**EOG Resources (EOG):** EOG Resources, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the exploration, development, production and marketing of natural gas and crude oil primarily in

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