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If You Think All Utility Stocks Are The Same – Think Again

2012-04-05

Research Articles

I have recently seen comments on articles oriented to the dividend growth investor where people were suggesting that in general, utilities have recently become overvalued. Further discussion indicated that this was probably due to the fact that bond yields were so low that people were flocking to stable utility stocks in lieu of bonds therefore […]

5 Utilities With 4% Or Better Yields

2012-02-21

Research Articles

The following table summarizes five eastern regulated utilities that appear to be reasonably valued, and lists them in order of dividend yield highest to lowest. From left to right, the table shows the company’s stock symbol and name. Next, two valuation metrics are listed side-by-side; the current PE ratio followed by the historical normal PE […]

Two High-Yield Choices – SCANA Corp.(SCG) and Darden Restaurants (DRI) – Similar PE Ratios But One is Much Cheaper

2011-11-04

Research Articles

Why Darden Restaurants is so Much Cheaper than SCANA Corp. even though their PE Ratios are Approximately the Same This article is the second in a series of articles designed to elaborate on the proper utilization and understanding of the PE ratio as an important investing metric. Our first article in this series looked at […]

Ben Graham’s Stock Valuing Formula: It Really Works

2011-02-09

Research Articles

Ben Graham’s famed formula for valuing a stock works in the real world! V* = EPS x (8.5 + 2g) Ten Real World examples of companies growing between zero and 5% These ten examples are based on our article: “A primer on valuation: Testing the Wisdom of Ben Graham’s Formula” (part one) published on 2/08/2011. […]

Principles of Valuation Part 1: Price Is What You Pay, Value Is What You Get

2010-12-05

Research Articles

Why have these three stocks historically commanded approximately the same True Worth™ price earnings ratio? SCANA Corp. (SCG), a public utility, has a historical earnings growth rate averaging 3.2% per annum, VF Corp. (VFC), an apparel manufacturer, has a historical earnings growth rate averaging 7.4%, and United Technologies Corp. (UTX), an aerospace and technology conglomerate, […]

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