Cheapest stock of the week series continues on 5.7, 12.7 and 17.7. Addition to that there will be another post of Martela. Happy hunting!
Month: June 2015
Cheapest stock of the week: Ferronordic Machines
Ferronordic Machines is the official Volvo construction equipment dealer in Russia and its preference shares are trading at 63% discount to par making it another "low P/B cyclical turnaround" case in my cheapest stock of the week series. The preference share is convertible to common stock in IPO, ahead of the common stock in event … Continue reading Cheapest stock of the week: Ferronordic Machines
Cheapest stock of the week: Apetit
Apetit is a food industry conglomerate from Finland trading about half of book value and is the cheapest stock I stumbled on this week. On the face of it Apetit looks like to be particularly good "low P/B" case as it has low leverage and is operating in seemingly stable food industry. But despite the … Continue reading Cheapest stock of the week: Apetit
Cheapest stock of the week: Martela
Martela is a Finnish office furniture designer and manufacturer which is currently trading at 0.6x P/B, 0.1x EV/Sales and 4,5x EV/my forward EBIT estimate and is the cheapest stock I stumbled on this week. It is a potential turnaround situation as the current recession in Finland has effected to office space related industries and subsequently … Continue reading Cheapest stock of the week: Martela
First post and goal
Goal: One post a week about cheapest stock I can find for month. Posts including 1. Description 2. Profitability 3. Stability 4. Capital allocation 5. Growth 6. Financial condition 7. Valuation Post dates 14.6, 21.6 and 28.6. Trying to stay accountable through public pressure.