3/09/2011

10 High Yielding Large Caps With Low PEG Ratios

Here is a current sheet of 10 large capitalized stocks with price/earnings to growth ratio of less than one and a dividend yield of more than 3 percent. The PEG ratio is a favorite measure of analysts and investors to identify cheap stocks in relation to their future growth. The cheaper the ratio is, the better the company seems to be priced. A value of less than one is well known within the financial community.

In average, the current P/E ratio amounts to 12.92 while the average dividend yield amounts to 4.28 percent. Price to book ratio is 2.54 and price to sales ratio 2.55. The companies are working with an average operating margin of 24.65 percent; Net profit margin is 17.81 percent.

Here is the table of 10 large capitalized stocks with lowest price/earnings to growth ratios:

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