Value stocks are attractively priced and have the potential to produce market-beating results for patient investors.
Matthew Frankel, CFP
Aug 13, 2019 at 10:03AM
Value stocks are generally defined as those whose underlying businesses have consistent revenue and profitability and that trade at low valuation relative to their earnings or other metrics. The general idea of value investing is to find the companies that are trading at a substantial discount to the intrinsic value of their businesses. Obviously, this is easier said than done.
However, there are some value stocks that look like exceptionally good bargains that could be worth a closer look. With that in mind, here are five stocks in different industries and with various levels