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8 Cheap Stocks Below Net Net Working Capital

You can still find bargains out there. The quality may have dropped but they are still out there.

The reason why small investors can out gain the big boys is due to these small to micro cap companies. Include OTC stocks and you’ve got yourself a vast empty playing ground filled with deep value investing opportunities.

Here is a list of 8 very cheap stocks, all trading below my favorite metric, net net working capital. Had to go through about 70 stocks to find these 8 that are still cheap compared to its asset value.

TickerNNWC Per ShareCurrent PriceDiscountComments
SODI$2.4$2.28%Looks to be a good pick. Good SODI write up. Go to the value investing forum.

Assets look to be of high quality, reliable with very little debt. Ongoing basis stock valuation at around $4.50 which is a significant discount to intrinsic value.
FORD$2.64$2.0223%A value stock that has popped up quite often. Discussed underFORD topic in the forum as well.
NCTY$8.52$7.1816%Chinese company involved in multiplayer internet games. Mostly made up of cash.
INSM$0.92$0.7419%Insmed still very cheap. Refer to my latest valuation and INSM financial statement analysis.
SIG$33.73$25.4125%Missed picking up SIG when it was below $10. Should've would've could've.

Still cheap but a lot of it is made up of receivables and inventory.
HLYS$2.36$2.0513%Not sure how this fad company will get back up. Company has plenty of cash but i wonder whether a turnaround will ever be possible.
TSRI$2.57$2.358%An IT outsourcing company. Cheaper than MHH, but I like MHH much better which is why I never bought it.
AMGY$0.6$0.517%A tiny OTC company. Another Chinese company that uses American in their name. No idea why. But I've realised I don't like any that do.


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8 Cheap Stocks Below Net Net Working Capital



Jae Jun

Old School Value.

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Jae Jun
Jae Jun is the author of Old School Value, a value investing blog dedicated to the Old School methodologies and teachings of the investment greats such as Graham, Buffett and Fisher. The blog deals with finding intrinsic value, fundamental stock analysis and special situations including spinoffs and merger arbitrage.

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