200719 Update Hong Kong Dividend Growth stocks
In this update:
- This weeks Top 5. Price to book ratio, who is the best?
- Dividend announcements,
- Blue Chip Value Insights
- HSI compared to January 1, things start to look better
- Updated (200718) the 25 highest yield dividend growth stock on the Hong Kong index
- For Champion and Contender Members, The Vault access to the Directory and more…
This weeks Top 5
In this weeks top 5 we look at Price to Book ratio, P/B. This is price divided by book value of a stock. It is one of the metrics that can tell you if the stock is underpriced or overpriced.
Book value is calculated like this:
(Assets-liabilities) / number of common shares
Example, of a certain company the price of 1 share is $25, and book value says $15 per share. Obviously, the book value is lower than the price. So we come to this calculation $25/$15= 1.666
Short quiz: Company Peachy has a book value per share is $125, you check the stock and find the price of this share is now $45.
Is this an indication that the stock is
Back to the Top 5. These are the companies with the lowest P/B Ratio
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This is a segment of The Directory of all Hong Kong Dividend Growth Stocks
Dividend Growth announcements in the past week
Nothing to report
HSI compared to January 1, is now at a steady -12%
Blue Chip Insights
-Blue Chip stocks are climbing to a proud -8%
-Biggest loser: Swire Pacific 0019.HK) -43% since January 1
-Biggest winner: New World Development 0017.HK +251% (yes, double checked it)
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