14 High Yield Stocks With Low Debt Ratios That Are Still Cheap In Terms Of Coming Growth
Stocks With Low PEG Ratios And Low Debt To Equity Researched By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Sometimes people only watch at the single P/E ratio which measures the price valuation of a company in relation to its earnings. A high P/E leads similar to a “not buy” decision. But high P/E ratios also express the growth of the company. A stock that doubles earnings every three years is it worth to pay 20 times of earnings. The price-earnings to growth (PEG) ratio is a figure that solves this problem. However, I’ve tried so screen the market by stocks that look cheap in terms of growth (a PEG ratio below one). In addition, the stocks should have a low debt to equity ratio (ratio below 0.3) and a dividend yield of more than five percent (high yields). Fourteen stocks fulfilled these criteria of which six have a double digit yield. Ten stocks have a buy or better recommendation.
Here are my favorite stocks:
14 High Yield Stocks With Low PEG Ratios...
Take a closer look at the full table. The average price to earnings ratio (P/E ratio) amounts to 15.68 and forward P/E ratio is 23.10. The dividend yield has a value of 5.05 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.12 and price to sales ratio 3.44. The operating margin amounts to 13.93 percent.
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MTGE, TEU, PMT, STD, BMA, TICC, TCRD, TEO, UMC, RRMS, CTEL, STM, AIXG, PWE
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