“Even with the stock market as a whole near record highs, there are plenty of individual stocks that are still trading at bargain-basement valuations,” notes the author of today’s article, who proceeds to highlight three stocks that not only cost less than the market average price-to-earnings ratio, but also pay an above-average dividend yield and are growing faster than the average long-term projected growth rate. For these three stocks, CLICK HERE.
Breaking out is hard to do – but the three stocks highlighted in today’s article may be positioned to do just that. Specifically, the author highlights three stocks that are cheap based on their price-to-earnings ratio, trading just below their 52-week highs, and poised for breakouts. For these three stocks – a global leader in mobile communications, a big player in everything glass (including, probably, the screen you are reading this on), and a multinational financial services company – CLICK HERE.