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rukawa

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Some cheap stocks I saw browsing valueline
« on: October 05, 2019, 09:27:57 AM »
I have a commuting habit where I read valuelines, try to guess price and if stock is a lot lower than I record it. These are stocks I thought were cheap on an earnings basis:

Sally Beauty (edited after original posting...too much debt)
DXC Technology
Tupperware
E-trade financial
Hanes
CIBC
Seagate
capri holdings

« Last Edit: October 09, 2019, 08:10:50 PM by rukawa »


KJP

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Re: Some cheap stocks I saw browsing valueline
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2019, 06:21:13 PM »
I have a commuting habit where I read valuelines, try to guess price and if stock is a lot lower than I record it. These are stocks I thought were cheap on an earnings basis:

Sally Beauty
DXC Technology
Tupperware
E-trade financial
Hanes
CIBC
Seagate
capri holdings

How long have you been doing that and have you tracked how your list has performed?

I also compile lists from various sources of companies that appear on first look to be cheap.  I've never systematically tracked the performance of those companies so I cannot compare it to my actual portfolio returns.  It wouldn't shock me if all further research/thinking that I do adds nothing to my returns (or even hurts them).

rukawa

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Re: Some cheap stocks I saw browsing valueline
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2019, 07:15:55 AM »
I have a commuting habit where I read valuelines, try to guess price and if stock is a lot lower than I record it. These are stocks I thought were cheap on an earnings basis:

Sally Beauty
DXC Technology
Tupperware
E-trade financial
Hanes
CIBC
Seagate
capri holdings

How long have you been doing that and have you tracked how your list has performed?

I also compile lists from various sources of companies that appear on first look to be cheap.  I've never systematically tracked the performance of those companies so I cannot compare it to my actual portfolio returns.  It wouldn't shock me if all further research/thinking that I do adds nothing to my returns (or even hurts them).

I'm not sure how long I've been doing it. More than 4 months but less than 1 year...maybe 6 months. I haven't tracked how its performed. Time period is too short anyways.
« Last Edit: October 06, 2019, 07:25:26 AM by rukawa »

matjone

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Re: Some cheap stocks I saw browsing valueline
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2019, 10:33:15 AM »
Saw this hilarious reddit page while googling DXC

https://www.reddit.com/r/DXC/
When stocks are high, money rates rising, and business prosperous, at least half a given fund should be placed in short-term bonds. - Philip Carret