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PEG and Price to Free Cash Flow above Market Averages

by Brian Brown, 3232 days ago
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The Price/Earnings to Growth ratio, also known as the PEG ratio, is a measure of valuation of a company. The PEG ratio was made popular by Peter Lynch and it provides an easy to way to find whether a company is fairly valued, overvalued or undervalued. A stock with a low PEG ratio (lower than one) is considered a cheap or undervalued company.

The Price to free cash flow is a very important valuation measure that is calculated by dividing the stock share price by the free cash flow. The free cash flow is the money that remains to a company after it pays all the expenses including capital expenses and taxes. The Price to free cash flow fundamental ratio is generally interpreted as follow: The lower the ratio value is the better the value of the stock should be.

The current fundamental screen calculates the average PEG value of all stocks in the U.S. Stock market as well as the average Price to Free Cash Flow of the market. It does so by using the composite function "comp". The PEG and Price/Free cash flow of each stock is compared to the average market PEG and Price/Free cash flow and only stocks whose ratios are lower than 50% the average ratios are returned. A third trading rule is used in this screen and it consists of ignoring stocks whose close prices are lower than 2 dollars.

In order to use this screen, you should download PEG and Price to free cash flow data for U.S. Stocks using the following trading item: Fundamental Valuation Ratios for US Stocks.


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