Here is a current sheet of 8 high yield stocks with lowest price-earnings to growth (PEG) ratios and additional dividend payout potential. The PEG ratio measures the price of a company in relation to its expected growth. The cheaper the PEG ratio is, the more attractive the company seems. A ratio under 1 is a popular value. The sheet lists companies with a dividend yield above 5 percent, a PEG ratio under 1 and finally stocks with a payout ratio of less than 50 percent.
The average price to earnings ratio amounts to 6.03 while the average dividend yield amounts to 7.28 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.83 and price to sales ratio 3.43. The average PEG ratio amounts to 0.67 and the average payout ratio is 37.46 percent.
Here is the table for a detailed view:
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