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Benjamin Graham was the father of value investing, and these were his seven primary criteria for selecting winning value stocks.
In August 2016, I recommended a bank stock that has since produced a return of 98%. Despite that huge run-up, it's still undervalued.
As oil prices have risen, the energy sector has gotten going. This supplier of precision-engineered fluid motion and control products is leading the way.
By traditional measures, U.S. stocks are more overvalued than they've been since the recession. But plenty of undervalued large-cap stocks remain.
A growing number of undervalued stocks available for the conservative, steady investor to snap up and hold for long-term gain. It’s an exciting time to be a value investor! And we have a FREE Special Report, How to Find Undervalued Stocks: Investing the Benjamin Graham Way, to help you get started.Get My Free Report!