Blue Chip Stock = minimum market cap 1B + minimum 10/10 continuous years of dividend payment.
Market Price = book value + premium for future growth +/- Mr. Market's sentiment.
After returning from a trip to Asia I am decompressed, back to work and busy in my off-hours researching stocks. I have reinforced my commitment to DIY investing after a 7 week absence by continuing again this weekly blog of undervalued stocks - a jumping off point for more 10-K and/or 20-F homework.
BTW, my Asian trip consisted of 9 days in China (Shanghai, Suzhou, Wuzhi, Nanjing & Hangzhou), 4 weeks in Singapore and a week each in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Bargain Bin Blue Chips (stocks that priced at or below half of their respective book values)
|Societe Generale Group||0.46|
Near-bargain-bin Blue Chips: Americas
Near-bargain-bin Blue Chips: Asia
|Mitsuishi UFJ Financial||0.58|
|Nippon Telephone & Telegraph||0.52|
Near-bargain-bin Blue Chips: Europe