Here’s our latest list of undervalued stocks in the Philippines, right now 2017. This means their stock prices are below their fair market value that is why we recommend buying these stocks while they are on this status. You can also use these stocks if you’re using Flipping Stocks strategy.
Take note of the bullish market or the opposite bear, too. Always consider the trends in the market and contemplate about the economic status in choosing stocks.
We also included the BBP (Buy Below Price) so that we have a margin to gain more profit investing with these stocks. Buy these stocks as long as they are below the BBP and pause/stop buying when the price reached the BBP or exceeded the BBP.
And as usual, TP is our Fair Value and it is our Target Price here. We sell our stocks when they reached our Target Price.
If your strategy is passive and long term investing, you can also follow our style here. We are not super active traders, ain’t swing traders as well. We are into INVESTING than TRADING. The term STOCKS remind us of aggressiveness and risks already so we prefer investing undervalued stocks and flipping over the profit to buy other deserving stocks.
We made this special page for our loyal readers and followers. If there are some companies we have missed that are worth buying, please let us know in the comments. We are all in this together.
Note: Following Magic 10 is different compared to flipping these stocks to make profit.
Undervalued Stocks in the Philippines 2017
We update the picks daily, every trading day.
|Stocks||Price today||Buy Below Price||Target Price||Estimated Growth||Action|
|ICT||87||75||90||3.45%||H O L D|
You need to check out the present price of each stock from your online trade platform to analyze them with the BBP and TP before you buy. Prices change every millisecond.
Details on the table above can change any time. We always update the details above when there are adjusted valuations and we also add more stocks. Feel free to bookmark or visit this page again to check any change and update.
Note that Estimated Growth column is not your profit, it is just the ability of the stock to grow more. In short, the higher the percentage there, the more room for growth of the stock. If you are only starting to invest, it is recommended you buy the stocks with the highest Estimated Growth. You can sort the column above the way you want to.
- Buy – means buy the stock because the stock is currently cheaper than its intrinsic value
- Stop buying – obviously means pause or stop buying for a while and buy other stocks from the list instead
- Hold – means hold your shares of stocks for a while and wait for the sell signal
- Sell – means we reached our Target already and it’s unacceptable to buy some more because of the market valuation. Sell your stocks and reap your profit.
Disclaimer: Investing stocks have risks. Nothing and nobody can predict exact result or outcome of profit. However, it has been proven rewarding. It’s always up to you how you hold your money and how you apply your strategy.
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