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Undervalued Consumer Services Stocks to Buy

Undervalued Consumer Services Stocks to Buy
The higher the stock market goes, the more difficult it becomes to find value stocks. Fortunately, investors can use screening tools to customize preferences and easily sort through thousands of stocks to find exactly what they’re looking for.

We used the U.S. News & World Report stock screener to look for the top undervalued consumer services stocks to buy now. To narrow our search, we looked for stocks with a price-earnings ratio of 15 or less. And to make sure we were earning yield, we screened for stocks that offered at least 1% dividend. Here’s what we found.

1. Walt Disney Co. (ticker: DIS). Disney shares pay a 1.2% dividend and are up 19% in the past year. Bank of America has a “buy” rating and $168 price target for DIS stock.

2. Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI). Sinclair shares are up 23.6% in the past year and pay a 2% dividend. CFRA has a “buy” rating and $55 price target for SBGI stock. – Wayne Duggan
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