Thursday, April 22, 2010

11 Under 10: Debt Free, Good Financials, Under $10 per Share

Surprisingly, there are still debt free stocks with good financials, that trade for less than $10 per share. WallStreetNewsNetwork.com has just turned up eleven of these low priced debt free stocks with low PE ratios, low PEG ratios and low Price Sales ratios. Some of these stocks have market caps that are very low and should be considered very speculative. All have PE ratios of 15 or less and PEG ratios of 0.75 or less.

Joe's Jeans Inc. (JOEZ) is a manufacturer of women's, men's, and children's denim jeans, along with other apparel. The stock has a PE ratio of 6.9, a price earnings to growth ratio of 0.58, and a Price Sales ratio of 1.89. The stock sells for around 2.75 per share.

Continucare Corp. (CNU) is a provider of primary care physician services on an outpatient basis. The stock, which is trading for around 3.75 per share, has a PE ratio of 11.5, a PEG ratio of 0.58, and a Price Sales ratio of 0.73.

GT Solar International, Inc. (SOLR) designs and makes the equipment to produce solar photovoltaics, wafers, cells and modules. The stock has a PE of 12.2, a PEG of 0.20, and a PS ratio of 1.61. It trades for around 5.50 a share.

To see the rest of the low priced debt free stocks, go to wsnn.com.

Author does not own any of the above.

By Stockerblog.com

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