With the Fed cutting its target rate, many investors might feel less confident in economic growth than before. If the Fed’s worried enough to do an intrameeting cut, then maybe we’re missing something. Keeping that at top of mind, I pulled the predefined value screen from MyStockProspector.com on March 3, 2020.
Even though the screen is called “value,” it still has significant revenue and earnings growth, each above 15%, but it also includes a P/E to growth measure (the PEG ratio) and a relative value measure. MyStockProspector.com uses these criteria:
- EPS R2 5 year between 0.98 and 1.00
- Historic 10 year revenue growth percent between 15 and 214.3
- Historic 10 year EPS growth % between 15 and 282.6
- PE/historic EPS growth between 0.00 and 1
- Relative value between 0.00 and 1
By Sam Levine, CFA, CMT | Acting Executive Editor
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