Companies that are undervalued with good solvency ratio on the basis of a book “The Intelligent Investor”
Benjamin Graham, also known as the “father of value investing” set out some important stock-picking criterion in his book “The Intelligent Investor”. This Neuron is built by applying the few criterions like Companies with low Debt / Equity Ratio and high “Earnings to Fixed Charges” ratio indicate long term solvency and the soundness of long-term financial policies of the company. Graham emphasizes the use of “price to book value” ratio for picking up undervalued companies which are showing future growth prospects in terms of Earnings as well as Cash Flows.
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Data presented here is taken from company's inception
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