Here’s our latest edition of our weekly newsletter highlighting apparently cheap stocks generated from basic value screens (low p/e, ev/ebitda, debt, etc.), which don’t meet our investment standards - and our reasoning.
Perhaps this could help you avoid a few ‘value traps’ or stocks that aren’t sufficiently attractive compared to the opportunities available today.
These lists are a result of our secondary screening procedure, and is – by nature – a cookie-cutter approach. We do not claim our exclusions are foolproof by any means (some of these stocks could do very well). But we are confident our remaining stocks form a materially higher quality group – and in investing, you only need to make sure you are right on what you invest in.
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So, here’s our latest list of 31 stocks that look cheap - but don’t meet our investment standards:
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