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Market Cap

Undervalued Large-Cap Stocks on NAS February 2024

2024-02-20

Mid-Cap stocks have a market capitalization between $2 billion and $10 billion....

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Analyst Undervalued

Analyst Undervalued Stocks on the TSE February 2024

2024-02-20

Companies on this list are considered undervalued based on the analyst consensus. This means that the average analyst target price is greater than the close price....

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Analyst Undervalued

Analyst Undervalued Stocks on the TSX February 2024

2024-02-19

Companies on this list are considered undervalued based on the analyst consensus. This means that the average analyst target price is greater than the close price....

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Below Cash Value

Stocks trading below cash value on the TSE February 2024

2024-02-18

Companies are trading below cash value when their current share price is less than the cash per share on their balance sheet or with more cash than market cap. Companies can have more cash per share than the actual share price for a number of reasons...

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Below Cash Value

Stocks trading below cash value on the TSX February 2024

2024-02-18

Companies are trading below cash value when their current share price is less than the cash per share on their balance sheet or with more cash than market cap. Companies can have more cash per share than the actual share price for a number of reasons...

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Growth

Undervalued Small-Cap Growth Stocks on NAS February 2024

2024-02-20

A company is considered a growth stock when it has grown its revenue significantly in the latest quarterly report....

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Sector

Undervalued Small-Cap Real Estate Stocks on TSX February 2024

2024-02-20

The real estate sector includes REITs and companies that provide mortgages or manage property....

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