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Blackline Safety: Top 10 Undervalued Technology Sector Stocks on TSX (BLN)

The Globe and Mail - Wed May 3, 2023

Blackline Safety is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Technology 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 technology sector contains companies that are involved in both hardware and software sides of computer design, development, manufacture, support and consulting including semi conductor firms.

All data provided as-at market close May 01, 2023. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Blackline Safety Blackline Safety Corp is a safety monitoring technology company. It designs, manufactures and sells products and services that combine wireless technology and global positioning system to protect people and property and provide geographic connectivity. Blackline Safety is listed under BLN on the Toronto Stock Exchange.



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FDGE-TFarmers Edge0.1700000
THNC-TThinkific Labs2.2900000
DND-TDye & Durham14.1800000
WNDR-TWonderFi Techs0.1600000
VQS-TVIQ Solns0.4200000
BLN-TBlackline Safety2.7600000
CTS-TConverge Tech Solns3.25025000

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