Choosy Investors Choose J.M. Smucker and The Dividend Adds Value

Introduction The J.M. Smucker Company (SJM) is a “Dividend Contender” that has increased its dividend for 20 consecutive years.  After being overvalued for most of fiscal year 2017 (fiscal year ends in April) the company has since fallen into attractive valuation territory.  As a result, the company is available at a low P/E ratio relative Read more about Choosy Investors Choose J.M. Smucker and The Dividend Adds Value[…]

Which Is the Better Valuation Metric? The P/E Ratio or the PEG Ratio: Part 1

Introduction

Recently, I have been engaged in rather intense discussions regarding the validity of P/E ratios versus PEG ratios as proper or appropriate valuation metrics.  I generally find these types of debates befuddling for a couple of reasons.  One, they are often a result of a failure to communicate.  Either party or sometimes both parties assume that their adversary holds or supports a specific position which may or may not be a fact. […]

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