On 9 January 2013 we had bought Corning Incorporated (GLW) at 12.52. Click here to view.
At that time the stock was trading at price to book ratio of 0.85 (stock is trading below book value). This means that in the worst case senario of bankruptcy, the company’s assets will be sold off and the investor will still make a profit. If there is no bankruptcy and the company is generating profits, the stock should trade more than the book value.
Even if there is zero growth and cash flows remain flat during the next few years, the stock is still undervalued.
Currently Corning Incorporated (GLW) is trading at $14.23. This trade is sitting on 13.65% profit.
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