Low PE Growth Stocks

This page lists companies that have unusually low price-to-earnings growth ratios (PEG ratios). The PEG ratio is a valuation metric for determining the relative trade-off between a stock's price, its earnings per share (EPS) and its expected earnings growth. It is calculated by dividing a stock's P/E ratio by the earnings growth rate. PEG ratios are particularly useful in comparing the valuation of two stocks that have significantly different earnings growth rates. How to interpret PEG (price-to-earnings growth) ratios.

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CompanyPE RatioPEG RatioMarket CapCurrent PricePrice ChangeVolumeAverage VolumeIndicator(s)
Scorpio Tankers logo
STNG
Scorpio Tankers
6.010.19$1.04 billion$18.39+2.6%9,7931.59 million
LexinFintech logo
LX
LexinFintech
22.150.21$1.55 billion$8.86+3.0%27,1182.68 millionIncrease in Short Interest
Quidel logo
QDEL
Quidel
14.120.21$5.08 billion$120.30+0.7%6,689925,592
Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. logo
TKC
Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.
7.140.23$4.07 billion$4.57-1.3%77,708667,063Upcoming Earnings
Dividend Increase
Decrease in Short Interest
News Coverage
Gold Fields logo
GFI
Gold Fields
24.100.23$8.83 billion$10.12+1.7%186,7836.67 million
Sally Beauty logo
SBH
Sally Beauty
20.260.24$2.19 billion$19.85+2.3%14,6501.85 millionNews Coverage
Vale logo
VALE
Vale
37.920.25$98.26 billion$19.34+0.9%624,16729.36 millionUpcoming Earnings
Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais logo
USNZY
Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais
92.770.25$1.94 billion$3.71-3.4%13,05077,118Gap Up
Rattler Midstream logo
RTLR
Rattler Midstream
13.410.26$1.60 billion$10.73+0.1%5,458322,447Analyst Upgrade
News Coverage
Yamana Gold logo
AUY
Yamana Gold
37.620.27$4.62 billion$4.89+2.1%534,23514.68 millionUpcoming Earnings
News Coverage
Amneal Pharmaceuticals logo
AMRX
Amneal Pharmaceuticals
13.880.29$1.70 billion$5.69+0.4%8,4371.94 million
Meritage Homes logo
MTH
Meritage Homes
9.740.31$3.55 billion$94.47+0.7%3,697503,280Upcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
Lincoln National logo
LNC
Lincoln National
16.550.32$11.98 billion$63.21+1.3%52,2881.64 millionAnalyst Report
AngloGold Ashanti logo
AU
AngloGold Ashanti
24.400.34$9.27 billion$22.20+0.5%191,0743.45 millionAnalyst Report
Camping World logo
CWH
Camping World
21.900.34$3.64 billion$40.95-0.7%16,2691.40 millionAnalyst Report
The GEO Group logo
GEO
The GEO Group
4.970.35$686.60 million$5.81+2.7%80,1285.18 millionAnalyst Upgrade
Tecnoglass logo
TGLS
Tecnoglass
34.330.36$580.21 million$12.36+1.6%2,044153,392
Celestica logo
CLS
Celestica
29.700.36$1.03 billion$8.02+0.5%3,001305,812Analyst Downgrade
News Coverage
H&R Block logo
HRB
H&R Block
22.330.39$3.98 billion$22.11+0.8%48,4172.52 millionDecrease in Short Interest
Victory Capital logo
VCTR
Victory Capital
10.820.42$1.89 billion$28.68+2.7%3,04677,891Analyst Report
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
Quest Diagnostics logo
DGX
Quest Diagnostics
16.000.44$16.98 billion$129.42+0.0%20,5601.32 millionUpcoming Earnings
Analyst Revision
Telenor ASA logo
TELNY
Telenor ASA
21.040.44$26.63 billion$18.10-3.2%21,89247,793Upcoming Earnings
Gap Up
Gerdau logo
GGB
Gerdau
11.130.45$9.94 billion$5.90+2.1%185,38811.83 million
B2Gold logo
BTG
B2Gold
8.520.45$5.38 billion$5.20+1.6%396,8477.77 millionAnalyst Downgrade
Analyst Revision
The Western Union logo
WU
The Western Union
18.070.47$10.62 billion$26.20+0.9%68,5574.76 millionAnalyst Downgrade
News Coverage
Vistra logo
VST
Vistra
15.170.48$8.57 billion$17.75-0.3%90,5746.04 millionAnalyst Report
Decrease in Short Interest
M.D.C. logo
MDC
M.D.C.
12.540.48$3.83 billion$59.92+1.7%3,864626,760Analyst Report
Decrease in Short Interest
Perdoceo Education logo
PRDO
Perdoceo Education
6.700.49$820.43 million$11.73+0.2%10,301456,726
RenaissanceRe logo
RNR
RenaissanceRe
13.830.51$8.45 billion$172.14+1.4%2,389392,422Upcoming Earnings
Hibbett Sports logo
HIBB
Hibbett Sports
22.000.53$1.14 billion$71.95+2.6%5,137466,221News Coverage
Huaneng Power International logo
HNP
Huaneng Power International
10.630.53$5.59 billion$14.24-0.7%19,35442,966Increase in Short Interest
Affiliated Managers Group logo
AMG
Affiliated Managers Group
68.090.53$6.60 billion$157.28+1.6%6,716435,599Upcoming Earnings
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (publ) logo
ERIC
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (publ)
30.510.54$45.14 billion$14.34+5.9%946,2657.65 millionUnusual Options Activity
News Coverage
Gap Down
South Jersey Industries logo
SJI
South Jersey Industries
22.340.54$2.48 billion$25.02+1.6%29,3171.88 million
Unum Group logo
UNM
Unum Group
6.150.54$5.76 billion$28.64+1.6%19,2282.52 millionDividend Announcement
Analyst Revision
Baozun logo
BZUN
Baozun
44.960.56$2.72 billion$35.52+2.0%6,2241.21 million
Advanced Drainage Systems logo
WMS
Advanced Drainage Systems
91.600.57$7.92 billion$111.750.0%4,983505,350Analyst Report
News Coverage
ICICI Bank logo
IBN
ICICI Bank
28.780.58$50.47 billion$14.68+0.5%372,4008.29 millionStock Split
Newmark Group logo
NMRK
Newmark Group
32.550.59$1.91 billion$10.74+3.0%17,462878,233Analyst Upgrade
News Coverage
Horizon Therapeutics Public logo
HZNP
Horizon Therapeutics Public
25.280.59$20.40 billion$92.51+1.6%15,8781.94 million
Graphic Packaging logo
GPK
Graphic Packaging
38.040.59$5.20 billion$18.64+1.8%78,3243.09 millionUpcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
Decrease in Short Interest
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
Honda Motor logo
HMC
Honda Motor
22.670.59$51.61 billion$29.93+0.1%8,045859,632
KB Home logo
KBH
KB Home
15.250.59$4.31 billion$47.74+1.9%14,4391.75 millionAnalyst Report
PulteGroup logo
PHM
PulteGroup
11.070.60$13.89 billion$53.01+1.0%55,5133.07 millionUpcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
Alamos Gold logo
AGI
Alamos Gold
32.810.61$3.44 billion$8.86+1.0%117,6243.14 millionUpcoming Earnings
News Coverage
Tempur Sealy International logo
TPX
Tempur Sealy International
33.260.61$7.74 billion$38.91+1.4%56,2282.15 millionInsider Selling
Asbury Automotive Group logo
ABG
Asbury Automotive Group
18.980.61$3.89 billion$204.99+1.9%1,254198,894Upcoming Earnings
Hologic logo
HOLX
Hologic
17.710.62$19.02 billion$74.38+0.8%46,1701.98 millionUpcoming Earnings
Analyst Revision
Toll Brothers logo
TOL
Toll Brothers
17.370.62$7.20 billion$59.91+2.5%19,8971.83 millionAnalyst Report
Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição logo
CBD
Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição
15.500.63$1.88 billion$6.82-3.0%40,4162.90 millionAnalyst Report
News Coverage
América Móvil logo
AMX
América Móvil
36.350.63$47.44 billion$14.54+0.3%20,0203.08 millionUpcoming Earnings
American Campus Communities logo
ACC
American Campus Communities
90.240.63$6.18 billion$46.02+2.5%6,379981,343Earnings Announcement
Artisan Partners Asset Management logo
APAM
Artisan Partners Asset Management
18.170.63$3.63 billion$53.43+0.9%2,310658,338Upcoming Earnings
Ultrapar Participações logo
UGP
Ultrapar Participações
127.670.64$4.30 billion$3.83-0.8%3,9892.16 million
Big Lots logo
BIG
Big Lots
4.140.64$2.22 billion$64.98+2.6%20,2251.19 millionAnalyst Upgrade
The Goldman Sachs Group logo
GS
The Goldman Sachs Group
14.020.65$114.76 billion$332.73+0.3%81,2413.32 millionDividend Announcement
Analyst Report
Analyst Revision
Credit Suisse Group logo
CS
Credit Suisse Group
6.470.66$25.19 billion$10.28-0.1%521,9634.70 millionUpcoming Earnings
Dividend Announcement
Analyst Report
Atlas logo
ATCO
Atlas
15.380.66$3.41 billion$14.15+2.5%6,202758,752
Air Lease logo
AL
Air Lease
9.560.66$5.29 billion$46.55+0.3%8,328866,285
Gilead Sciences logo
GILD
Gilead Sciences
68.730.67$83.58 billion$66.67+0.4%681,8798.38 millionAnalyst Report
Analyst Revision
Charter Communications logo
CHTR
Charter Communications
51.850.67$126.40 billion$656.88+0.7%29,0861.18 millionAnalyst Report
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
D.R. Horton logo
DHI
D.R. Horton
14.480.67$33.44 billion$92.96+1.1%87,8943.17 millionUpcoming Earnings
Analyst Report
News Coverage
ASE Technology logo
ASX
ASE Technology
20.870.68$17.18 billion$7.93+0.1%41,1073.17 millionIncrease in Short Interest
Gap Up
Canadian Solar logo
CSIQ
Canadian Solar
12.810.71$2.55 billion$44.18+3.0%19,8962.30 millionNews Coverage
Lithia Motors logo
LAD
Lithia Motors
25.180.72$9.98 billion$380.22+1.4%11,090301,387News Coverage
Collegium Pharmaceutical logo
COLL
Collegium Pharmaceutical
47.330.73$803.00 million$23.19+1.7%1,836549,337Analyst Revision
First BanCorp. logo
FBP
First BanCorp.
30.000.73$2.47 billion$11.70+3.6%41,5872.00 millionUpcoming Earnings
Increase in Short Interest
Cheniere Energy logo
LNG
Cheniere Energy
19.790.73$18.56 billion$73.41+0.3%22,7151.45 millionAnalyst Report
Alexion Pharmaceuticals logo
ALXN
Alexion Pharmaceuticals
39.280.75$36.79 billion$168.10+0.9%53,8022.70 million
Wintrust Financial logo
WTFC
Wintrust Financial
16.590.76$4.17 billion$74.82+2.0%9,626433,662Earnings Announcement
Unusual Options Activity
Analyst Revision
News Coverage
Lenovo Group logo
LNVGY
Lenovo Group
20.580.78$16.48 billion$27.38-0.7%21,19773,738Analyst Downgrade
Gap Down
MagnaChip Semiconductor logo
MX
MagnaChip Semiconductor
4.060.80$1.18 billion$26.00+1.2%21,2471.14 million
Ternium logo
TX
Ternium
30.970.80$7.69 billion$38.40+0.2%10,327613,062Upcoming Earnings
Dividend Increase
AllianceBernstein logo
AB
AllianceBernstein
14.700.80$3.92 billion$40.57+1.8%4,541482,621
DaVita logo
DVA
DaVita
17.070.80$12.27 billion$113.85+1.5%6,542783,638
eHealth logo
EHTH
eHealth
22.500.81$1.75 billion$68.16+1.3%11,3321.21 million
JELD-WEN logo
JELD
JELD-WEN
53.410.81$2.98 billion$29.91+1.4%7,486533,768Analyst Upgrade
Spectrum Brands logo
SPB
Spectrum Brands
36.780.81$3.71 billion$88.28+1.5%1,999325,273
Pacira BioSciences logo
PCRX
Pacira BioSciences
22.540.82$2.75 billion$64.00+2.2%8,392491,921News Coverage
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals logo
REGN
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
18.510.82$54.04 billion$506.34+0.4%11,8451.01 millionAnalyst Report
Lear logo
LEA
Lear
101.120.82$10.35 billion$177.97+3.4%2,916444,721Analyst Report
National Australia Bank logo
NABZY
National Australia Bank
26.660.82$56.80 billion$10.13-2.0%59,85359,305Gap Down
Manulife Financial logo
MFC
Manulife Financial
10.780.83$40.76 billion$21.23+1.1%130,2513.29 millionDecrease in Short Interest
News Coverage
Sanmina logo
SANM
Sanmina
20.940.84$2.68 billion$41.68+1.1%5,171386,090Upcoming Earnings
Nexstar Media Group logo
NXST
Nexstar Media Group
12.970.84$6.54 billion$153.92+2.2%4,172496,829
BP Midstream Partners logo
BPMP
BP Midstream Partners
7.840.84$1.34 billion$12.86+0.7%2,481437,701Dividend Announcement
BJ's Wholesale Club logo
BJ
BJ's Wholesale Club
16.870.84$6.05 billion$44.37+0.7%28,7962.15 millionNews Coverage
General Motors logo
GM
General Motors
25.390.85$80.36 billion$56.63+1.5%348,97824.31 million
TEGNA logo
TGNA
TEGNA
14.550.86$4.56 billion$21.24+2.9%26,8891.84 million
Triton International logo
TRTN
Triton International
15.260.86$3.59 billion$54.01+1.3%8,184504,398Analyst Downgrade
Insider Selling
News Coverage
Knight-Swift Transportation logo
KNX
Knight-Swift Transportation
24.180.87$8.16 billion$47.15-4.3%70,3691.79 millionDividend Increase
Analyst Report
News Coverage
Gap Down
Discovery logo
DISCA
Discovery
18.100.88$17.29 billion$37.29+5.1%563,87114.52 millionUpcoming Earnings
Increase in Short Interest
Pan American Silver logo
PAAS
Pan American Silver
118.620.88$7.09 billion$34.40+2.0%163,1513.23 million
Stride logo
LRN
Stride
26.430.88$1.27 billion$30.66+0.5%41,792830,399Earnings Announcement
Analyst Report
Ambev logo
ABEV
Ambev
24.420.90$44.69 billion$2.93+3.2%329,23524.02 million
Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock logo
MBT
Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock
9.540.90$7.62 billion$8.30-0.2%69,3013.67 million
Whirlpool logo
WHR
Whirlpool
17.770.90$14.84 billion$231.92-1.9%22,075724,712Dividend Increase
WillScot Mobile Mini logo
WSC
WillScot Mobile Mini
179.950.91$6.48 billion$28.79+1.7%14,3551.60 millionAnalyst Report
Spire logo
SR
Spire
53.120.91$4.00 billion$77.55+0.1%3,438350,865Analyst Report
The Bank of East Asia logo
BKEAY
The Bank of East Asia
18.730.91$6.01 billion$2.06-8.0%4,8486,066Gap Up
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Summary - Fundamental analysis is an important part of any investment strategy. Investors have many tools that can help them determine if a company is appropriately valued such as a balance sheet. When investing in stocks, one of the key ratios that is used is the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio. In simple terms, this tells an investor how much they are paying to purchase $1 or a company’s earnings.

However, while the P/E ratio can show a company as a good investment, it doesn’t take into account future earnings. This is why many investors have come to supplement the P/E ratio with another measurement tool the price-to-earnings growth (or PEG) ratio. This ratio takes into account a company’s future earnings growth to give a more accurate picture of a stock’s valuation.

PEG is particularly important for certain growth stocks that may historically have periods of higher and lower growth when compared to the overall stock market. These stocks may have a forecasted EPS growth rate that supports a P/E ratio that would make a stock seem overvalued. Likewise, a PEG ratio for a mature company may show that what many investors consider to be a fair P/E ratio is actually indicative of a stock that is overvalued.

However, like other ratios, the PEG ratio is most helpful when comparing a stock price to others in its industry or sector. Some sectors, such as technology, may have much higher future earnings growth. However, the accepted rule among investors is that a PEG of greater than 1 is considered to indicate a stock price that is too high based on expected earnings growth. A PEG of less than 1 is considered to indicate a stock that is undervalued based on projected earnings growth.

Introduction

Legendary investment manager Peter Lynch once wrote: "The P/E ratio of any company that's fairly priced will equal its growth rate". Certainly, a stock's price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is widely considered a reasonably accurate measure of a company's valuation, and can sometimes be used as a way of comparing one company against another.

The P/E ratio is a measurement of how much an investor is paying to buy $1 of a company’s earnings or profit. To calculate the P/E Ratio you simply divide the stock price by the earning per share:

P/E Ratio = Stock Price/Earnings per share (EPS)

For example, if a company is reporting earnings of $3 per share and their stock is selling for $30 per share, the P/E ratio is 10 ($30 per share/$3 per share).

While there is no “standard” P/E Ratio for all stocks and sectors, investors can generally find that different industries will have a P/E ratio that is considered normal. For example, it’s not uncommon to find technology companies with a P/E ratio of 20 or higher. This is due in part because these companies include many growth stocks that are anticipated to increase in share price and EPS. Financial services companies might have P/E ratios in the low teens. For investors this means rather than one-size-fits-all, the objective is to ensure that two companies in the same industry have a similar P/E ratio. However, if all companies in a particular sector begin to have P/E ratios that are abnormally high or low (based on their historical pattern) it may indicate that the stock is overvalued or undervalued. For example, in the months leading up to the real estate crash of 2007, the P/E ratio of real estate stocks soared. A similar phenomenon occurred before the tech stock crash in the early 2000s.

However, like many ratios, the P/E ratio has limitations. The primary limitation of P/E ratio is that it is limited to a moment in time. It gives you an accurate assessment of where one company compares to another at that moment. However, to get a more accurate view of whether a stock is overvalued or undervalued requires knowledge of the anticipated growth rate between the two companies. For example, a company with a P/E of 30 with an anticipated growth rate of 50% may be much more undervalued than a company with a more enticing P/E of 20, but with an anticipated growth rate of 5%, which is fairly typical of a mature company.

Because of the limitations of the P/E ratio, investors will frequently use a ratio that factors in a company’s projected or historical growth rate to get a more accurate picture of a stock’s valuation. This number is known as the PEG ratio and it is the focus of this article. In this article we’ll define the PEG ratio and provide examples, we’ll also review how to interpret the PEG ratio and review some of the limitations of this ratio.

What is the price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio?

This limitation spawned the need for a new metric, the ration of the P/E to growth (or PEG). The formula for PEG is as follows:

P/E Ratio/Earnings per share (EPS) growth Rate

If you were to put this formula into a sentence, it would say that the PEG ratio is a calculation that helps investors determine whether a stock's price is overvalued or undervalued by not only looking at their current earnings but also looking at their expected future earnings growth.

To test Lynch’s theory, PEG would imply that if a company had a “Fair P/E ratio” than it should have a PEG of around 1.

If:         Fair P/E Ratio = EPS Growth Rate

Than:    P/E Ratio/EPS Growth Rate = 1

How to interpret the PEG ratio

If the PEG ratio is greater than 1, the implication is that the stock is more expensive (in relative terms). A PEG ratio below 1 means that a stock is trading at below its fair value.

While it’s true that the P/E ratio is a multiple and the PEG is a percent, it’s important to focus on the true objective and that is to determine whether a stock is properly valued. To that end, the PEG is considered to be more accurate than simply looking at a company’s P/E ratio when determining proper valuation.

For example, by definition, a high P/E ratio typically signals to investors that a stock is overvalued. However, if the company has high growth estimates than calculating the PEG can show a very different picture and one that could suggest the stock is still a buy. In our earlier example, a company with a P/E ratio of 30 might be considered to be overbought, but if it is forecasting a growth rate of 50% than its PEG ratio suggests. Using the formula:

PEG = P/E Ratio/Growth Rate, the company would have a PEG ratio of 0.6

PEG = 30/50 = 0.6

In this case, the PEG number suggests that either analysts are setting their expectations too low or that the stock’s growth is being undervalued. In either case, the ratio suggests the stock has room to grow.

The opposite is also true. If a company has a P/E range of 8 which may be lower than expected or lower than others in its sector, the assumption could be that the stock is undervalued. However, a closer look may indicate that the company is expecting only about 5% for the growth for the year. While that growth rate is certainly not poor when you perform the PEG calculation you come up with:

PEG = 8/5 = 1.6

In this case, the company may very well have a difficult time increasing their share price above its current level.

Limitations of the P/E Growth ratio

One of the basic limitations of PEG is that it does not forecast growth beyond the period being measured. If a company has a stellar PEG number, it says nothing about the company’s future growth prospects. It also does not provide a context for the growth number. For example, that growth could be due to a one-time event. Also, when compared with other analysis tools such as a discounted cash flow analysis, the PEG ration tends to undervalue the companies with the highest growth rates. Another limitation of the PEG ratio is how future growth is calculated. If the company uses projected growth, it may significantly different (and easier to manipulate) than if they were to use historical data.

However, these limitations make the PEG ratio no different than other ratios or metrics. Every investor needs to use more than one measurement tool to get a complete picture of a stock’s valuation. For example, looking at a company’s balance sheet over the course of several quarters can give investors a better look at trends having to do with their revenue growth or free cash flow.

The final word on the P/E growth ratio

The P/E growth ratio (or PEG) was developed and is used as a refinement of the standard P/E ratio that is used in fundamental analysis. The PEG ratio factors in a company’s forecasted growth potential either using historical data (meaning it's backward-looking) or using projected growth numbers (forward-looking). The formula for the PEG ratio is as follows:

PEG Ratio = P/E Ratio/Growth rate

Just like a P/E ratio, there is no "standard" for what constitutes a good PEG ratio. Some industries will have a "typical" PEG ratio that would seem high or low for another sector. In general, however, a P/E ratio that is around 1 is said to indicate a fair valuation for a stock. So for example, a stock that has a P/E ratio of 20 with a forecasted growth rate 20 percent would have a PEG ratio of 1.

A PEG ratio above 1 will typically indicate an overvalued stock and a PEG ratio of less than 1 will typically be an indication that a stock is undervalued.

Like any fundamental analysis ratio, the PEG has limitations, the largest being that it is only predictive of the time period being measured. For example, a company may be projecting 20% growth for the following year, but even if it achieves that growth there is no indication that it will continue to grow at that pace, nor does the PEG ratio provide a context for the growth figure. Also, the growth projections used for the PEG ratio can be determined using past growth data. While accurate in the sense that it is based on an actual, not projected, a number it can be higher or lower than the rate of growth the company is currently experiencing. Despite these limitations, the PEG ratio is still considered to be a good baseline test of valuation.


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