In my recent article "What is 'Quality' in a Stock?" I identified 24 companies as high-quality using various approaches to defining quality. A reader asked whether any of them are good values at the moment. This article is meant to answer that question. There are a multitude of ways to measure valuation. In this article, I will use the following: Morningstar's star ratings, FASTGraphs' default valuations, FASTGraphs' valuations adjusted by the "normal" P/E ratio of each company.

I used the approach described above for each high-quality stock from the earlier article. In a few instances, I had to eyeball the adjusted FASTGraphs' valuation, as the black price line was outside the defined ranges. The [top 5] outcomes are presented [here]: Cisco (CSCO), Apple (APPL), International Business Machines (IBM), Chevron (CVX) and Intel (INTC).

Source: Seeking Alpha

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