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Subject:  Re: Profit Latch with Screens Date:  1/15/2019  3:23 PM
Author:  mungofitch Number:  273110 of 281596

. How would you screen for particular stocks to meet your safe and underpriced/mispriced goals?

I'm not sure such a screen is possible.
If it is, I'm not sure how you'd do it.
The closest I got was debt less than five times earnings, lots of earnings (low P/E), and a high ROE.

It took me several years of reading before I was comfortable opening a decent sized position in Brookfield Asset Management.
(the parent company which owns a huge fraction of Brookfield Property)

I own both at the moment, but mostly the parent.
BAM the parent grows faster and is the better long term bet, but BPY the kid is probably more undervalued at the moment.

Jim
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