Value Stocks

JNJ to MRK: Five value stocks to explore in a topsy-turvy market

 JNJ to MRK: Five value stocks to explore in a topsy-turvy market

Highlights: Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) sales increased by 5% YoY in Q1, FY22. Lowe's Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) expects its total sales to be between US$97 billion and US$99 billion in fiscal 2022. Merck & Company, Inc. (NYSE: MRK)...

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Value Investing: Do these 10 value stocks make the most sense?

Value Investing: Do these 10 value stocks make the most sense?

Summary Tyson Foods, Inc (NYSE: TSN) reported revenue of US$11.3 billion in Q1, 2021. General Mills Inc (NYE: GIS) has a market cap of US$35.2 billion. Lincoln National Corp (NYSE: LNC) reported a net income of US$225 million in Q1, 2021. ...

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Bausch Health & NRG Energy: Two Value Stocks To Explore

Bausch Health & NRG Energy: Two Value Stocks To Explore

Summary In Q1 of 2021, Bausch Health logged revenues of around US$2 billion. NRG pegs its 2021 operational cost at around US$135 million; Its Q1 net loss was around US$82 million. NRG completed the remaining 35% stake sale in the Agua Caliente...

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Five Hot Value Stocks To Explore As Economy Reopens

Five Hot Value Stocks To Explore As Economy Reopens

Summary Viatris’ revenue from new product sales topped US$163 million in Q1. J&J collected US$6.1 billion in net earnings, up 6.9% YoY. Axalta’s sales rose 1% YoY to US$1.0 billion in the March quarter. Value stocks offer ...

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Five Value Stocks To Watch In 2021

Five Value Stocks To Watch In 2021

Summary Lincoln shares jumped more than 30% year-to-date as the economy reopens. PulteGroup has seen rapid growth as the mortgage rates fell to a record low during the pandemic. NRG Inc. serves some three million retail customers in Texas as b...

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These 2 top value stocks in the US that are paying dividends consistently

These 2 top value stocks in the US that are paying dividends consistently

Source:Rawpixel.com, Shutterstock Summary Value investors seek to invest in companies that are fairly undervalued at current prices and have strong enterprise.  Dividends are also an important driver of long-term returns from a company. V...

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Frequently Asked Questions

A value stock is a stock that trades at a price lower than what the company’s fundamentals and performance suggest. Value stocks grow slowly but retain their value in the long term. These companies generally pay dividends and have prolonged exposure in the market. Value investors look for stocks that trade at lower than their intrinsic value. These stocks come cheap vis-a-vis their earnings and growth potential.

"Value stocks are publicly-traded firms that trade at a relatively lower price than their fundamentals, like dividend payouts, earnings, and long-term growth potential, indicate. Some of the top value stocks in the US market include JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG), and MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET). JPMorgan is an investment banking and financial service company based in New York. Procter & Gamble is a consumer goods corporation based in Cincinnati, Ohio. MetLife is a life insurance firm that offers services like insurance, annuities, employee benefit programs, and other related solutions to customers."

Value stocks are generally cheaper than their intrinsic value, meaning the company fundamentals and performance are often string. These companies see considerable earnings, higher sales, and cash flow, with tremendous long-term growth potential. Some of the top value stocks are Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRK/B), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM), Procter & Gamble Co (PG), and Chevron Corp (CVX).

Value stocks are company shares that trade below their intrinsic value. In other words, these companies may have strong growth potential with a long record of paying dividends, consistent earnings growth, and growing market capitalization. Yet, their stock prices may remain lower than what they are worth. On the other hand, the growth stocks are companies with significant growth potential, often outperforming the equity market. These companies have future potential, and their operations are innovative.