4 stocks that look like Bargai

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As of Friday, August 12, the following stocks appeared to be undervalued by the market as their price-to-earnings ratios without one-time items were trading below 20 while their price-to-earnings-on-growth (PEG) ratios were trading near or below 1.

Additionally, analysts on the sell side of Wall Street have issued positive recommendation ratings for them, indicating that these stocks should trade higher in the coming months.

XP inc.

The first company making the cut is XP Inc. (XP, Financial), a São Paulo, Brazil-based provider of capital market financial services and products to Brazilian corporates, fixed income issuers, institutional clients and high net worth clients. The company also offers online financial education and operates the XP platform which allows clients to access investment products in the marketplace. The company was founded in 2001.

On Friday, the price-earnings ratio without NRI is 15.85, which is less convincing than the sector median of 13.95, but the PEG ratio of 0.37 is more convincing than the sector median of 1.05 .

On Friday, the closing price was $19.69 per share. The stock has fallen 57.3% in the past year to a market cap of $11.03 billion and a 52-week range of $16.97 to $53.08.

Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median recommendation rating of overweight and an average target price of about $32.86 per share for the stock.

Target company

The second company that meets the criteria is Target Corp. (TGT, Financial), a Minneapolis-based operator of approximately 2,000 discount stores in the United States where consumers can find a wide assortment of defensive consumer goods, including groceries, apparel, home products, toys and electronic devices.

On Friday, the PEG ratio without NRI is 14.30, which is more attractive than the sector median of 16.23, while the PEG ratio of 1.02 is more attractive than the sector median of 1, 21.

Friday’s closing price was $172.48 per share after falling 34.46% over the past year. The market capitalization is $79.98 billion and the 52-week range is $137.16 to $268.98.

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Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median overweight recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $184.78 per share.

EOG Resources Inc.

The third company to qualify is EOG Resources, Inc. (EOG, Financial), a crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids explorer and miner based in Houston, Texas. Mining operations are found in New Mexico, Texas, and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The company currently has an estimated total of approximately 3.75 million barrels of oil equivalent in net proven reserves. It was previously known as Enron Oil & Gas Company and was founded in 1985.

On Friday, the price-earnings ratio without NRI is 11.74, which is a little less convincing than the sector median of 10.17, but the PEG ratio of 0.66 is more convincing than the sector median of 1 ,07.

Friday’s closing price was $114.49 per share, reflecting a 72.68% increase over last year for a market cap of $67.10 billion and a 52-week range of 62. $81 to $147.99.

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Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median overweight recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $147.32 per share.

Lennar Corp.

The fourth company to qualify is Lennar Corp. (LEN, Financial), a home builder based in Miami, Florida. The Company’s residential construction activities include the construction and sale of single-family and detached homes, as well as the purchase, development and sale of residential land and multi-family dwellings. It also offers financing, insurance and investment activities. It is aimed primarily at first-time buyers, mature and working adult buyers and luxury home buyers.

On Friday, the price-earnings ratio without NRI is 6.04, which is more convincing than the sector median of 7.87, and the PEG ratio of 0.27 is also more convincing than the sector median of 0, 44.

Friday’s closing price was $88.27 per share, reflecting an 18.84% decline from a year ago to a market cap of $25.04 billion and a 52-week range of 62. $54 to $117.54.

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Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median overweight recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $85.94 per share.

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