Wall Street’s Most Unloved Stocks: Showing Earnings And Paying Dividends

We know these stocks are unloved because they are all trading with price/earnings ratios well below that of the market taken as a whole. We know they’re unloved because these stocks are trading at price levels significantly below their book value.

While hot money chases IPO’s with p/e’s up there in the clouds and while they chase big tech stocks barely heard of 20 years ago — these old names are having trouble attracting interest. This is odd since each one continues to show profits and to pay dividends. I find these most unloved stocks using a screen for value stocks described right here:

Honda Motor Company lacks the tremendous excitement of having Elon Musk as its CEO but the Japan-based car maker had a great earnings record last year and the 5-year earnings history remains positive. Their most recent quarter-to-quarter, however, was definitely negative and analysts are concerned about next year.

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