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Zoo Digital passes   / 8 of the John Neff Value Screen Strategy.
History A hard-core contrarian value screen, albeit one using the ‘total return ratio’ in order to combine value metrics with growth. Although he didn’t like the term, Neff was essentially a contrarian investor buying good companies with moderate growth and high dividends while out of favour, and selling them once they rose to fair value. He looked for both value and growth or rather "good companies, in good industries, at low price-to-earnings prices". To identify these, his approach adds the expected future growth rate to the dividend yield, and divided by the PE ratio to give what he termed the ‘terminal relationship’ or, more colloquially, ‘what you pay for what you get’.   more »

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P/E < 10
Sales 5y CAGR % > 7
Sales 5y CAGR % < 25
EPS 5y CAGR % > 7
EPS 5y CAGR % < 25
PEGY < Median
Op Mgn % > Median
Qualifies in the top 200 stocks sorted by P/E ascending

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