UK stock markets faced sharp sell-offs in mid-September. And many have failed to bounce high quality stocks, causing them to trade at rock-bottom prices. Here I think there may be four best cheap shares at the moment.
A top bargain
I already own Ibstock My stock and ISA shares. And following its sharp revision last month I am thinking of expanding my partnership among brick manufacturers. Today the business trades at just 0.1 in the Forward Price-to-Earnings-Growth (PEG) ratio. Any reading below 1 suggests that a stock may be undervalued and that it is below 1.
I think eBostock is one of the best stocks to capitalize on Britain’s housing demand. The country’s major manufacturers are increasing production to meet the growing demand for homes. And I hope construction levels will remain low as low interest rates and government support for first-time buyers continue. I would buy more eBostock despite the threat to the slow UK economy.
I think so Quotes Group Looks too cheap for me to miss. Like eBostock, the September share price fell as zip-makers and thread makers traded at a PEG ratio of just 0.1 for 2021. The levels of emerging markets explode.
Of course the quotes could be a casualty of growing consumer concerns over group sustainability. If the sales of clothing decreases, the sales of its products will naturally decrease. But as a market leader I think the business still needs to improve and deliver terrible shareholder returns. I would buy.
One of the best media shares to buy
News publisher Reach Prices have fallen due to fears of renewed spending on advertising as an economic recovery stall. Strong advertising revenue is the lifestyle of media companies like this. But I think national and regional publishers have remained interesting to me from a risk / reward perspective. It trades only 9 times the forward price-to-earnings (P / E) ratio.
I think the huge investment that Reach has made in its digital operations will pay off nicely in the years to come. Recent financials showed a revenue-like revenue balloon of 42.7% between January and June. I like the evergreen popularity of its outlets Mirror, The To reveal And Manchester Evening News, News brands that I think reach the best commercial publishers according to the size of the audience.
7.8% dividend yield
Gold prices are falling amid rising bond yields and the revival of the US dollar. As a result many mining companies prefer Polymetal International The price has sunk. But I don’t think the gold race is going on. In fact I think it could create a charge towards last year’s record highs as inflation rises and economic growth crawls.
I still think the precious metal producer Polymetal might be the best mining stock to buy today. And this particular one trades 8 times forward in P / E ratio. It carries a delicious 7.8% dividend yield. I will happily spend £ 500 today.
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Ryston owns shares in Wild Ebstock. Motley Full UK Coats Group and Ibstock. The opinions expressed in the companies mentioned in this article may differ from those of the authors and therefore the official recommendations we make on our subscription services such as Share Advisors, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Flower we believe that considering a variety of insights makes us a better investor.