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Most Popular Posts of the Last Six Months – Throwback Thursday

image (11)image (11)For Throwback Thursday this month, I thought it would be fun to put together a list of the most popular posts on ModernGraham from the last six months, and include some excerpts.  Without further ado, here they are!

1.  5 Undervalued Companies for the Defensive Investor – January 2014

This post screened the ModernGraham valuation database for the 5 most undervalued companies suitable for Defensive Investors, and the result was INTC, DE, AFL, JPM, and WFC.  Since then, INTC is up 5.9%, DE is up 3.93%, AFL is down 1.63%, JPM is down 3.36%, and WFC is up 7.86%.

2.  5 Undervalued Companies for the Enterprising Investor – February 2014

This one screened the database for the 5 most undervalued companies suitable for Enterprising Investors, with the result of AAPL, BBBY, COF, F, and GCI.  Since then, AAPL is up 11.37%, BBBY is down 6.02%, COF is up 5.94%, F is up 5.5%, and GCI is down 2.06%.

3.  5 Low PEmg Companies for the Enterprising Investor – February 2014

The screen in this post was for the 5 Lowest PEmg ratios among the companies suitable for Enterprising Investors, and it turned up COF, COH, F, GCI, and UNM.  Since then, COF is up 5.58%, COH is down 15.12%, F is up 3.38%, GCI is down 5.83%, and UNM is down 3.29%.

4.  Apple Inc. December 2013 Quarterly Valuation

Apple was found to be suitable for Enterprising Investors and significantly undervalued.  Since the date of the post, the company has gained 7.04% in share price and returned an additional 1.2% in dividends.

5.  5 Low PEmg Companies for the Defensive Investor – February 2014

From this screen, we found the 5 lowest PEmg ratios among companies suitable for Defensive Investors.  The results were AFL, CVX, ESV, INTC, XOM.  Since then, AFL is down 1.19%, CVX is up 8.34%, ESV is down 2.31%, INTC is up 5.9%, and XOM is up 6.98%.

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