The author of today’s article considers stocks selling for 15 times earnings per share or less to be value territory, stocks selling for 20 times earnings per share or more to be growth territory, and refers to the area in between – the 15-20 range – as “GARP land”, or “growth at a reasonable price”. Every year at this time he identifies a handful of stocks from GARP territory that may be worth a look. For the five stocks on this year’s GARP roster – including “a risky contrarian pick, intensely hated by Wall Street” – CLICK HERE.
What’s Worth Grabbing In “GARP Land”?
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