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...of probably no interest whatsoever is that BAM shows up deep on both the LOWDV and SHORT_ALTMAN_Z screens.

It's probably worth noting that the Altman Z score isn't meaningful for non-manufacturing firms, and was never intended to be.

Perhaps also worth noting is that LOWDV isn't a short screen.
It's short for "low double value": low price to book and low price to cash flow.
It's not actually a very good long screen, but I don't imagine a stock showing up on it is a sign of a problem.

Jim
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