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BHP Billiton passes 7 / 9 of the David Dreman Low PE Screen Strategy.
History This is a strict value strategy based on the writings of David Dreman and focusing on low P/E stocks. David Dreman champions a contrarian investment approach based on interpreting market psychology and using value measures to pick stocks that are out of favour with the market.   Dreman invests in out-of-favour stocks, often in out-of-favour industries, that he identifies using relatively straightforward metric criteria. He says: "I buy stocks when they are battered. I am strict with my discipline. I always buy stocks with low price-earnings ratios, low price-to-book value ratios and higher-than-average yield. Academic studies have shown that a strategy of buying out-of-favor stocks with low P/E, price-to-book and price-to-cash flow ratios outperforms the market pretty consistently over long periods of time." You can read more about David Dreman here. more »

PASS
Rank ( P/E ) > 60%
PASS
Sales £m > 100
FAIL
Debt To Assets < Median
PASS
Current Ratio > 1
PASS
Net Mgn % > Median
PASS
ROE % > Median
FAIL
EPS Gwth % > Median
PASS
Yield % > Median
PASS
Industry Group not in Collective Investments,
FAIL
Qualifies in the top 200 stocks sorted by P/E ascending

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