What is the average P/E ratio that you aim for when looking for undervalued stocks?
Or does it not matter to you at all? For those who don't know, the P/E ratio is the stock's price divided by its annual earnings.
It depends on the market. I wouldn't use this as your only tool to determine 'undervalued' though. I screen for companies in the bottom 50% of the PE of their industry group as different groups have different average P/Es. Bottom 50% price to book ratios as well. But make sure they have financial strength and a little bit of growth over the past 5 years or you might get stuck with a dying stock.
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