S0105 companies

I’ve been playing around with more programming, and have come up with a list of companies passing the test S0105 that I’ve devised. Huh? It’s a list of companies whose current PER is less than or equal to 20th percentile of their historic PERs over the last decade.

I’m looking at companies with a market cap of at least £200m. 94 companies pass the test, out of a total of448. So, that’ll be a little less than a quarter of them. I present the list below. Make of it what you will. It should be a good starting point to look for undervalued securities.

The code before the colon is the EPIC code. So, you can see the first one on the list is AAL, which is Anglo American plc.

Enjoy!

AAL:S0105 #t
ADM:S0105 #t
AML:S0105 #t
AR.:S0105 #t
AVGR:S0105 #t
AZN:S0105 #t
BA.:S0105 #t
BBY:S0105 #t
BKIR:S0105 #t
BOR:S0105 #t
BP.:S0105 #t
BPTY:S0105 #t
BRSN:S0105 #t
CAM:S0105 #t
CHG:S0105 #t
CKSN:S0105 #t
CLI:S0105 #t
CNE:S0105 #t
COB:S0105 #t
COV:S0105 #t
CPI:S0105 #t
CPW:S0105 #t
CSCG:S0105 #t
DCG:S0105 #t
DSC:S0105 #t
ECM:S0105 #t
EMIS:S0105 #t
ETI:S0105 #t
EZJ:S0105 #t
FGP:S0105 #t
FRES:S0105 #t
GNC:S0105 #t
GOG:S0105 #t
GRI:S0105 #t
HCM:S0105 #t
HFD:S0105 #t
HGM:S0105 #t
HOC:S0105 #t
HSBA:S0105 #t
HSV:S0105 #t
HSX:S0105 #t
IAP:S0105 #t
ICP:S0105 #t
IDH:S0105 #t
INDI:S0105 #t
ISAT:S0105 #t
ITV:S0105 #t
JDW:S0105 #t
JKX:S0105 #t
JUP:S0105 #t
KAZ:S0105 #t
LAD:S0105 #t
LOG:S0105 #t
LOND:S0105 #t
LSE:S0105 #t
MAIL:S0105 #t
MEC:S0105 #t
MER:S0105 #t
MLC:S0105 #t
MM.:S0105 #t
MONI:S0105 #t
MPE:S0105 #t
MRW:S0105 #t
NBPO:S0105 #t
NPE:S0105 #t
NVA:S0105 #t
OCDO:S0105 #t
PFC:S0105 #t
PFD:S0105 #t
PGD:S0105 #t
PIC:S0105 #t
POG:S0105 #t
PTEC:S0105 #t
RB.:S0105 #t
RE.:S0105 #t
REL:S0105 #t
RIO:S0105 #t
RSA:S0105 #t
RUS:S0105 #t
SBRY:S0105 #t
SDR:S0105 #t
SGP:S0105 #t
SGRO:S0105 #t
SIA:S0105 #t
SMIN:S0105 #t
SN.:S0105 #t
SRX:S0105 #t
SSE:S0105 #t
STAN:S0105 #t
TALK:S0105 #t
TLPR:S0105 #t
TSCO:S0105 #t
UDG:S0105 #t
WLF:S0105 #t

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Computer programmer living in Scotland.
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