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GKN passes   / 8 of the Bill Miller Contrarian Value Screen Strategy.
History Bill Miller Contrarian Value is a value investing strategy based on the style of US fund manager, Bill Miller. It uses value and growth factors to find stocks that are trading below their intrinsic value but are capable of rebounding. This model of Miller's contrarian approach uses price-to-free cash flow as a valuation measure but also looks at the price-to-earning growth factor (PEG) as well as sales and free cash flow growth. Miller wrote: "We are value investors because we are persuaded of the logic of buying shares of businesses when others want to sell them, and we understand that lower prices today mean higher future rates of return, and high prices today mean lower future rates of return." Between 1991 and 2005 Miller cemented his legendary reputation by guiding the Legg Mason Value Trust to a record 15 consecutive years of beating the S&P 500. more »

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Rank ( P/FCF ) > 80%
FCF > FCF 1y Ago
PEG < 1.5
Sales 5y CAGR % > 0
Rank ( Mkt Cap £m ) > 25%
Debt To Assets < Industry GroupMedian
Is Primary Listing == 1
Qualifies in the top 50 stocks sorted by RS 1y descending

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