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Algoma Central: Top 10 Undervalued Industrials Sector Stocks on TSX (ALC)

The Globe and Mail - Wed Nov 16, 2022
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Algoma Central is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Industrials sector on the Toronto Stock Exchange. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below). The industrials sector contains aerospace and defense companies as well as those that manufacture machinery, tools or industrial products.

All data provided as-at market close November 14, 2022. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Algoma Central Algoma Central Corporation is a Canadian shipping company. The company operates in Domestic Dry-Bulk, Product Tankers, Ocean Self-Unloaders and Global Short Sea Shipping. It generates a majority of its revenue from the Dry-Bulk Segment. Algoma Central is listed under ALC on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Symbol

Name

Close Price

Shares Outstanding

P/E

P/B

Cash per Share

Net Cash per Share

VLN-TVelan5.1300000
ARE-TAecon Group9.82028.1000
GRN-TGreenlane Renewables0.5100000
CHR-TChorus Aviation3.0700000
ALC-TAlgoma Central16.9106.8000
DRT-TDirtt Environmental Solns0.4100000
LPEN-TLoop Energy1.3500000
TTNM-TTitanium Transportation2.2604.6000
MDA-TMDA6.68047.7000
CRP-TCeres Global Ag2.5700000

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