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  • gar4one gar4one Oct 17, 2012 7:10 PM Flag

    CNBC obsession with FSLR is criminal - I'm sick of it

    Analyst estimate FSLR to make $4 EPS in 2013. CNBC should list all the stocks that trade at a 6.3 PE. I want to invest in them now!!!!!!

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    • Garone - you are making a big assumption on the 6.3 PE, as that is the forward PE not the trailing. That's a big assumption given that FSLR does not currently have a PE, and you are assuming that FSLR will make those numbers in 2013. But to answer your question, here is a list of the bottom 25 PE stocks in the S&P - invest away ! You might want to note that 30% of these stocks are in the energy sector.

      Company Ticker PE Ratio
      Ford Motor Co. (DE) F 2.40
      American International Group Inc AIG 3.08
      Seagate Technology Plc STX 4.22
      Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc. CLF 4.57
      Apollo Group, Inc. APOL 5.17
      Western Digital Corp. WDC 5.51
      Dell Inc DELL 5.83
      MetLife Inc MET 5.88
      Assurant Inc AIZ 6.55
      Lexmark International, Inc. LXK 6.75
      CenterPoint Energy, Inc CNP 6.84
      Chesapeake Energy Corp. CHK 6.94
      Pitney Bowes Inc PBI 7.05
      ConocoPhillips COP 7.17
      Peabody Energy Corp BTU 7.74
      Newfield Exploration Co. NFX 7.92
      Marathon Petroleum Corp. MPC 7.93
      Xerox Corp XRX 8.13
      Tesoro Corporation TSO 8.23
      L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc. LLL 8.25
      CF Industries Holdings Inc CF 8.26
      WellPoint Inc WLP 8.37
      Horton (D.R.) Inc. DHI 8.41
      Aetna Inc. AET 8.57
      Chevron Corporation CVX 8.58

 
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