Free Top Five Most Undervalued Stocks at Your Fingertips!
Mon, July 14, 2014: US
Last update: Mon, July 14, 2014 (prices based on closing on Mon, July 14, 2014)
Next update: Sat, August 16, 2014 (closing prices on Fri, August 15, 2014)
Ranks, company names, symbols and their closing share prices on Mon, July 14, 2014
1. National Presto Industries Inc. (NPK): US$ 71.10
2. Arctic Cat Inc (ACAT): US$ 38.05
3. Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY): US$ 60.13
4. Safety Insurance Group, Inc. (SAFT): US$ 51.06
5. Wayside Technology Group, Inc. (WSTG): US$ 16.09
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We have been inspired by many great fundamental investment gurus including Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch. We have developed a fully quantitative model that selects what we think as the most undervalued stocks and we publish the top five lists for selected countries about once a month and keep track of how they perform over time as compared to the market indices. At times when we are unable to find sufficient information to derive the top five, we may publish fewer than five stocks for selected countries. Our model is built mainly on the primary philosophy of not to lose money. To borrow the quotes from Buffett: "First rule of investing: Don't lose money. Second rule: Don't forget rule number one." We seek first to choose stocks with lower downside risks before we consider their potential gains. But there is no guarantee on the effectiveness of our model. The stocks in our list, although undervalued by our standards, could potentially suffer significant price depreciations including total 100% losses.
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