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Trading at Less than Cash Value
Today we are looking at companies trading at less than cash value meaning companies whose current share price is less than the cash per share on the balance sheet. We also show the value of cash net debt per share to show how much cash per share would be left if the debt was paid off.
What this Means…
Companies can have more cash per share than the actual share price for a number of reasons including they just raised capital, are in industries that experience high burn rates and will eat through the cash quickly or if there is a lot of uncertainty about the future of the company. Companies earning a positive net income will have a P/E greater than 0 and are worth exploring in more detail.
Today’s Data on AMEX
Today’s data is for companies listed on the American Stock Exchange.
|Symbol||Name||Close Price||Shares Outstanding||P/E||P/B||Cash per Share||Net Cash per Share|
|MNI||The McClatchy Co||9.250000||7707271||None||None||12.90||-88.49|
|LEU||Centrus Energy Corp||3.550000||9038751||6.1207||None||23.10||5.68|
Let’s look at a few companies…
Lets look at a couple of the companies on this list to get a better understanding of them.
InspireMD has 36 employees and is headquartered in Israel.
InspireMD Inc is a medical device company. The Company is engaged in the development and commercialization of proprietary MicroNet stent platform technology for the treatment of complex vascular and coronary disease.
McClatchy has 4200 employees and is headquartered in United States.
The McClatchy Co is a news and information publisher of publications such as the Miami Herald, the Kansas City Star, the Sacramento Bee, the Charlotte Observer, the (Raleigh) News and Observer, and the (Fort Worth) Star-Telegram.
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