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2 Ultra-Cheap Stocks Trading Below Their Book Values

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2 Ultra-Cheap Stocks Trading Below Their Book Values
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When a company's shares are trading below book value, that can be a sign that the stock is significantly undervalued. Also, they may believe the company's assets are overvalued. Healthcare company Viatris only began trading on the Nasdaq last year after it spun off from industry giant and COVID-19 vaccine maker Pfizer.