Benjamin Graham, the pioneer of value investing, co-writer with David Dodd of “Protection Evaluation” and writer of “The Smart Investor,” advised stocks whose selling price-earnings ratio multiplied by their selling price-book ratio yields 22.5. Why? Since these stocks most most likely trade under their intrinsic value.
Therefore, investors may want to contemplate the next stocks as their Graham blended multiplier stands under 22.5.
The initially firm beneath thought is Flanigan’S Enterprises Inc. (BDL), a Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based mostly operator of total-provider dining establishments and offer liquor retailers in South Florida.
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