This stock might be bottoming out after a long bad spell. It's CEO bought on the open market this month at $18.71/share. The value numbers don't look very good at the moment, but I'm ending an "Underperform" pick on it and may go the other way on the strength of the CEO open market buy.
Which ratio should one pay the most attention too? Price/Book, Price/CashFlow or Price/Sales? [more]
How about a list of stocks now eligible for rating which WERE'NT eligible until very recently? Say 3-6 months ago? I have no idea how long such a list might be, but it would be worth checking out once in a while.
I understand now as a result of the comments on my previous post that a stock's Quick Ratio can never be higher than it's Current Ratio, but would still like other Fools' opinions on whether the Current Ratio should be the higher of the 2. My impression is that it should, but also suspect that such a state of affairs could be an indication that management is not investing as much as it should in plant, product research, etc. Is that impression correct or incorrect? [more]
A question for anyone who has an opinion on this subject: [more]