Is P/E Really the Best Tool for Picking an Undervalued Stock?
Feb 24th 2013 1:00PM
Updated Feb 24th 2013 5:30PM
In an interview with Wesley Gray, author of the book Quantitative Value, Fool editor and analyst Brendan Byrnes asks Gray to elaborate on the best valuation metric to use in evaluating a company's stock.
Gray discusses a study he performed with author Jack Vogle in which the two analyzed different valuation metrics. The conclusion may surprise you.
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