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CURRENT HIGHEST YIELDING STOCKS IN THE DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE (SEPTEMBER 14, 2016)

Verizon Communications Inc 4.49%
Chevron Corporation 4.30%
Caterpillar Inc 3.84%
International Business Machines Corp 3.59%
Pfizer Inc 3.53%

UNDERVALUED STOCK: Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

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Verizon Communications Inc. (Verizon) is a holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides communications, information and entertainment products and services to consumers, businesses and governmental agencies. The Company offers voice, data and video services and solutions on its wireless and wireline networks. The Company's segments include Wireless and Wireline. The Wireless segment offers communications products and services, including wireless voice and data services and equipment sales that are provided to consumer, business and government customers across the United States. The Wireline's segment offers voice, data and video communications products and services, such as broadband video and data, corporate networking solutions, data center and cloud services, security and managed network services and local and long distance voice services. The Company provides these products and services to consumers as well as to carriers, businesses and government customers.

This stock has various tailwinds making it a good holding. First, revenues are increasing due to mobile and broadband usage. Second, the dividend yield is significantly higher than average. Third, it is the largest telecommunications company in the United States.

UNDERVALUED STOCK: United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL)

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UNDERVALUED STOCK
United Continental Holdings, Inc. (UAL) is a holding company and its principal subsidiary is United Air Lines, Inc. (United). The Company transports people and cargo through its mainline operations. It has global air rights in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America. The Company, through United and its regional carriers, operates an average of approximately 5,000 flights a day to over 340 airports across six continents from its hubs at Newark Liberty International Airport (Newark Liberty), Chicago O'Hare International Airport (Chicago O'Hare), Denver International Airport (Denver), George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Houston Bush), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), A.B. Won Pat International Airport (Guam), San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Washington Dulles International Airport (Washington Dulles). It has contractual relationships with regional carriers to provide regional jet and turboprop service branded as United Express.

This stock has various tailwinds making it a good holding. First, low oil prices has dramatically decreased expenses. Second, the price-to-earnings and prices-to-sales are significantly lower than average. Third, it is among the world's largest airlines. Fourth, total passengers is set to double to 7 billion by 2034, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

UNDERVALUED STOCK.
Gigantic Bill Gates Trade Highlights Insider Selling: Microsoft, Facebook, McDonald’s, Salesforce, Delta Air and More

SOURCE: 247wallst.com     COMPANY: Microsoft     DATE: October 29, 2016

SUMMARY: One of the world’s most famous technology pioneers was selling Microsoft Inc. (NASDAQ: MSFT) shares this week.


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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Reduces Stake in Wal-Mart Stores

SOURCE: dataroma.com     COMPANY: Wal-Mart Stores     DATE: 31 Mar 2016

SUMMARY: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Reduces Stake in Wal-Mart Stores


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Market Cap to GDP: An Updated Look at the Buffett Valuation Indicator

SOURCE: advisorperspectives.com     COMPANY: Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF     DATE: June 3, 2016

SUMMARY: Market Cap to GDP is a long-term valuation indicator that has become popular in recent years, thanks to Warren Buffett.


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Warren Buffet Increases Stake in Phillips 66

SOURCE: investopedia.com     COMPANY: Phillips 66     DATE: June 6, 2016

SUMMARY: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. increased its position in Phillips 66 (PSX) and acquired almost 643,000 shares, valued at $64 million. Berkshire now owns 15% of Phillips.


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Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Discloses Stake in Kinder Morgan

SOURCE: Bloomberg.com     COMPANY: Kinder Morgan Inc.     DATE: February 16, 2016

SUMMARY: Stake was 26.5 million shares as of Dec. 31, filing shows ... Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. added an investment in Kinder Morgan Inc. during the fourth quarter, snapping up shares of the pipeline operator as its market value plunged. ... Kinder Morgan’s shares fell 65 percent last year amid a slump in energy prices.

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Berkshire’s $1 Billion Apple Bet Suggests Faith in Product Pipeline

SOURCE: BLOOMBERG.COM     DATE: May 16, 2016

SUMMARY: Buffett's Berkshire Declares $1.07 Billion Stake in Apple

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This Could Be the End of the Tech Boom

SOURCE: BLOOMBERG.COM     DATE: May 18, 2016

SUMMARY: This Could Be the End of the Tech Boom. IPOs have dried up. Companies have not been able to raise money from initial public offerings in 2016. Tech IPO companies such as Twitter and GoPro have dropped significantly in the past few years. 150 Unicorns are waiting to go public. The last time the IPO market was this bad was in 2009.

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Stock Market Valuations

One way of determining the level of the stock market is by comparing the Wilshire Total Market Index to GDP. At the peak of previous bull markets, the Index was far above GDP. This ratio indicates stocks are currently overvalued. Another method of determining the level of the market is by looking at the Shiller PE. The Shiller PE is currently significantly higher than the historical average, indicating stocks are overvalued.

Undervalued Stock Defined

An undervalued stock is defined as a stock that is selling at a price significantly below what is assumed to be its intrinsic value. For example, if a stock is selling for $50, but it is worth $100 based on predictable future cash flows, then it is an undervalued stock. Numerous popular books discuss undervalued stocks. Examples are The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, also known as "The Dean of Wall Street," and The Warren Buffett Way by Robert Hagstrom. The Intelligent Investor puts forth Graham's principles that are based on mathematical calculations such as the price/earning ratio. He was less concerned with the qualitative aspects of a business such as the nature of a business and its management. Graham's ideas had a significant influence on the young Warren Buffett, who later became a famous US billionaire. Warren Buffett, also known as "The Oracle of Omaha," stated that the value of a business is the sum of the cash flows over the life of the business discounted at an appropriate interest rate.[1] This is in reference to the ideas of John Burr Williams. Therefore, one would not be able to predict whether a stock is undervalued without predicting the future profits of a company and future interest rates. Buffett stated that he is interested in predictable businesses and he uses the interest rate on the 10-year treasury bond in his calculations. Therefore, an investor has to be fairly certain that a company will be profitable in the future in order to consider it to be undervalued. For example, if a risky stock has a PE ratio of 5 and the company becomes bankrupt, this would not be an undervalued stock. Some qualities of companies with undervalued stocks are: The company's earning history is stable. The company does not specialize in high-technology that can become obsolete overnight. The company is not in the middle of some financial scandal. The company's low PE ratio is not due to profits realized from capital gains. The company's low PE ratio is not due to a major decline in profitability. The company's PE ratio is below its average PE ratio for the last 10 years. The company is selling at a price below its tangible asset value. The company's trailing 3-years earnings has risen over the past 10 years. The company's credit rating is AAA, AA, or A, or even better, there is no rating because there is no debt at all. The company did not have a loss during the last recession. One can better check for the EPG ratio also for calculating under valued stocks. An excellent stock at a fair price is more likely to be undervalued than is a poor stock at a low price, according to Charles Munger, the Harvard-educated partner of Buffett. An excellent stock continues to rise in value over the long term, while a poor stock declines in value. An undervalued stock will usually have a low PE ratio. For example, a PE ratio of 10 is much better than a PE ratio of 20. Some high-flying Internet stocks had PE ratios of 30, 40, 50, 100, 200 or more in year 2000, prior to the bursting of the Internet stock bubble. Investors of these Internet stocks did not purchase undervalued stocks, as they later learned.

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Price to Earnings (P/E)

Now that the analyst has several EPS figures (historical and forecasts), the analyst will be able to look at the most common valuation technique used, the price to earnings ratio, or P/E. To compute this figure, one divides the stock price by the annual EPS figure. For example, if the stock is trading at $10 and the EPS is $0.50, the P/E is 20 times. A complete analysis of the P/E multiple includes a look at the historical and forward ratios. Historical P/Es are computed by taking the current price divided by the sum of the EPS for the last four quarters, or for the previous year. Historical trends of the P/E should also be considered by viewing a chart of its historical P/E over the last several years (one can find this on most finance sites like Yahoo Finance). Specifically consider what range the P/E has traded in so as to determine whether the current P/E is high or low versus its historical average. Forward P/Es reflect the future growth of the company into the future. Forward P/Es are computed by taking the current stock price divided by the sum of the EPS estimates for the next four quarters, or for the EPS estimate for next calendar or fiscal year or two. P/Es change constantly. If there is a large price change in a stock, or if the earnings (EPS) estimates change, the ratio is recomputed.

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Intrinsic value (finance)

In finance, intrinsic value refers to the value of a company, stock, currency or product determined through fundamental analysis without reference to its market value.[1] It is also frequently called fundamental value. It is ordinarily calculated by summing the discounted future income generated by the asset to obtain the present value. It is worthy to note that this term may have different meanings for different assets.

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Earnings per share (EPS)

EPS is the net income available to common shareholders of the company divided by the number of shares outstanding. Usually there will be two types of EPS listed: a GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) EPS and a Pro Forma EPS, which means that the income has been adjusted to exclude any one time items as well as some non-cash items like amortization of goodwill or stock option expenses. The most important thing to look for in the EPS figure is the overall quality of earnings. Make sure the company is not trying to manipulate their EPS numbers to make it look like they are more profitable. Also, look at the growth in EPS over the past several quarters / years to understand how volatile their EPS is, and to see if they are an underachiever or an overachiever. In other words, have they consistently beaten expectations or are they constantly restating and lowering their forecasts? The EPS number that most analysts use is the pro forma EPS. To compute this number, use the net income that excludes any one-time gains or losses and excludes any non-cash expenses like stock options or amortization of goodwill. Then divide this number by the number of fully diluted shares outstanding. Historical EPS figures and forecasts for the next 1–2 years can be found by visiting free financial sites such as Yahoo Finance (enter the ticker and then click on "estimates").

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Earnings yield

Earnings yield is the quotient of earnings per share divided by the share price. It is the reciprocal of the P/E ratio. The earnings yield is quoted as a percentage, allowing an easy comparison to going bond rates. The earnings yield can be used to compare the earnings of a stock, sector or the whole market against bond yields. Generally, the earnings yields of equities are higher than the yield of risk-free treasury bonds. Some of this may result in dividends, while some may be kept as retained earnings. The market price of stocks may increase or decrease, reflecting the additional risk involved in equity investments. The average P/E ratio for U.S. stocks from 1900 to 2005 is 14, which equates to an earnings yield of over 7%.

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S&P Earnings: 1960-Current

S&P 500 index components

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S&P 400 index components

AAN AAP ACC ACIW ACM ACXM ADVS AEO AFG AGCO AHL AJG AKRX ALB ALEX ALGN ALK AMCX AMD ANF ANN ANSS AOL AOS APOL ARE ARRS ARW ASB ASH ASNA ATML ATO ATR AVP AVT AYI BC BDC BEAV BID BIG BIO BKH BMR BMS BOH BR BRO BTU BWLD BXS CAB CAKE CATY CBOE CBSH CBT CDK CDNS CEB CFR CGNX CHD CHS CIEN CLC CLGX CLH CLI CMC CMP CNC CNK CNL CNO CNW COO CPRT CPT CR CRC CREE CRI CRL CRS CSAL CSL CST CVG CVLT CXW CY CYH CYN CYT DAN DBD DCI DDD DECK DEI DF DKS DLX DNKN DNOW DNR DPZ DRC DRE DRQ DST DV DWA EAT EGN ENR EQY ESL EV EWBC EXP EXR FAF FBHS FCN FCS FDS FEIC FHN FICO FII FL FLO FMER FNFG FRT FTNT FULT GEF GES GGG GHC GMT GNTX GPN GPOR GVA GWR GXP HAIN HBHC HCC HE HFC HII HIW HLX HME HMSY HNI HNT HOLX HPT HRC HSC HSNI HUB.B HYH IBOC IDA IDCC IDTI IDXX IEX IM INFA INGR INT IPGP ISCA ISIL IT ITRI ITT JAH JBHT JBL JBLU JCP JDSU JKHY JLL JNS JW.A KATE KBH KBR KEX KEYS KLXI KMPR KMT KN KRC LAMR LANC LDOS LECO LHO LII LKQ LNT LPNT LPT LPX LSTR LXK LYV MAA MAN MANH MCY MD MDC MDP MDRX MDU MENT MLHR MMS MSA MSCC MSCI MSM MTD MTX MUSA NATI NBR NCR NDSN NEU NFG NNN NSR NVR NYCB NYT OA OCR ODFL ODP OFC OGE OGS OHI OII OIS OLN OMI ORI OSK OZRK PACW PAY PB PCH PII PKG PLCM PLT PNM PNRA POL POST PRI PTC PTEN RAX RBC RCII RDC RE REG RGA RGLD RJF RKT RMD RNR ROL ROSE ROVI RPM RRD RS RYN SAIC SAM SBNY SCI SEIC SF SFG SIG SIRO SIVB SKT SLAB SLGN SLH SLM SM SMG SMTC SNH SNPS SNV SON SPN SPXC STE STLD STR SUNE SVU SWI SXT TCB TCO TDS TDW TDY TECD TECH TER TEX TFX TGI THG THO THOR THS TIME TKR TLN TMST TOL TPX TR TRMB TRMK TRN TUP TW TYL UDR UE UFS UGI ULTI UMPQ UNFI UNT UTHR VAL VLY VMI VSH VSTO VVC WAB WAFD WBS WCG WCN WDR WEN WERN WETF WEX WGL WNR WOOF WOR WPG WPX WR WRB WRI WSM WSO WTR WWAV WWD X Y ZBRA

S&P 600 index components

AAON AAT AAWW ABAX ABFS ABM ABMD ACAT ACO ACOR ADC AEC AEGN AEIS AFAM AFFX AGYS AHS AIN AIR AIRM AIT AKR AKRX AKS ALE ALGN ALGT ALOG AMED AMSF AMSG AMWD ANDE AOI APEI APOG AREX ARQL ARRS ASEI ASGN ASTE ATMI ATNI ATU AVA AVAV AVD AVID AWR AXE AZZ B BABY BANR BAS BBCN BBOX BC BCOR BCPC BDC BELFB BFS BGFV BGG BGS BH BHE BJRI BKE BKMU BKS BLKB BMI BNNY BOFI BPFH BRC BRKL BRKS BRLI BRS BTH BWLD BWS BYD CACI CALM CAMP CAS CASY CATM CATO CBB CBEY CBK CBM CBR CBRL CBU CCC CCMP CCRN CDI CDR CEC CECO CENTA CENX CEVA CFNL CGNX CGX CHCO CHE CIR CJES CKH CKP CLD CLMS CLW CMN CMO CMTL CNC CNMD COCO COHR COHU COLB COR CPLA CPSI CRK CROX CRUS CRVL CRY CRZO CSGS CSH CTS CUB CUZ CVBF CVGW CW CYBX CYNO DAKT DAR DCOM DEL DGII DGIT DHX DIN DIOD DMND DORM DRH DRIV DSPG DTSI DW DXPE DY EBIX EBS ECPG EE EFII EGL EGOV EGP EHTH EIG ELY EME ENS ENSG ENTR EPAY EPIQ EPR ERA ESE ESI ESIO ETH EVR EXAR EXH EXLS EXPO EZPW FARO FBP FCF FCFS FEIC FELE FF FFBC FFIN FINL FIX FMBI FNB FNGN FNP FOR FORR FRAN FRED FSP FSS FST FTDDV FTK FUL FWRD FXCM GB GBCI GCO GDOT GEO GEOS GFF GIFI GK GLT GNCMA GOV GPI GSM GTAT GTIV GTY GY HAE HAFC HAIN HAYN HCI HCSG HELE HF HGR HHS HI HIBB HITK HITT HLIT HMN HOMB HOS HPY HR HSII HSTM HTLD HUBG HVT HW HWAY HWKN HZO IART IBKR ICON ICUI IGTE IILG IIVI INDB ININ IO IPAR IPCC IPCM IPHS IPXL IRBT IRC ITG IVAC IVC JACK JAKK JBT JCOM JJSF JOSB KALU KAMN KELYA KFY KIRK KLIC KND KNX KOP KOPN KRA KRG KS KWR LAD LDL LDR LFUS LG LHCG LHO LINC LL LMNX LMOS LNCE LNN LOGM LPSN LQDT LTC LXP LXU LYV LZB MANH MBFI MCF MCRI MCRL MCS MDCO MDSO MEAS MED MEI MGAM MGLN MHO MIG MINI MKSI MKTX MLI MMS MMSI MNRO MNTA MOG A MOH MOV MPW MPWR MRCY MSCC MSTR MTH MTRN MTRX MTSC MW MWIV MWW MYE NANO NAVG NBTB NCI NEOG NEWP NILE NJR NOG NP NPBC NPK NPO NR NSIT NSP NTCT NTGR NTLS NTRI NUVA NWBI NWE NWN NX ODFL OMCL OMG ONB ONE OPEN OPLK ORB ORIT ORN OSIS OUTR OXM OZRK PACW PBH PBNY PBY PCTI PDCE PEI PERY PES PETS PFS PJC PKE PKT PKY PLCE PLXS PMC PNFP PNK PNY POL POOL POWI POWL PPS PQ PRA PRAA PRFT PRGS PRXL PSB PSEC PSEM PVA PVTB PZZA QCOR QLGC QNST QSII RBCN RECN RGR RLI ROCK ROG RRGB RSTI RT RTEC RTI RUTH RYL SAFM SAFT SAH SAIA SAM SANM SBRA SCL SCOR SCSC SCSS SENEA SF SFNC SFY SGY SHFL SHLM SHOO SIGI SIGM SJI SKT SKX SKYW SMA SMCI SMP SMRT SNCR SNTS SNX SONC SPAR SPF SPPI SPTN SRDX SSD SSI SSP SSS STBA STC STMP STRA SUP SUPX SUSQ SWC SWM SWS SWX SXC SXI SYKE SYMM SYNA TAYC TBI TCBI TDY TESO TG THS TILE TMP TNC TNGO TQNT TRAK TRST TSRA TTC TTEC TTEK TTI TTMI TTWO TUES TWGP TWI TXI TXRH TYL TYPE UBA UBSI UCBI UEIC UFCS UFPI UHT UIL UMBF UMPQ UNF UNS USMO USTR UTEK UTI VAC VDSI VECO VICR VIVO VOXX VPFG VPHM VRTS VRTU VSAT VSI VVI WAGE WDFC WGO WIBC WIRE WPP WRLD WST WTFC WTS WWW XOXO XXIA ZEP ZEUS ZLC ZQK ZUMZ

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