Undervalued Mid Cap Stocks [Updated Daily]

Looking for growing, undervalued mid-cap stocks? Below are 60 companies you'll love, updated daily in 2019.

Undervalued Mid-Cap Stocks With Long-Term Growth Potential

Mid-cap stocks have historically performed well over long periods, and can be bought at cheaper valuations than large-cap and small-cap stocks.

Companies positioned in the middle market offer greater potential for growth than large-cap companies who already dominate market share within their industries. They also tend to be more stable than companies with smaller market caps.

We’ve developed this screen to identify growing mid-cap stocks, with indicators that the Company is currently undervalued.

Our value indicators are a mix of the common ratios used to analyze a stocks price compared to value, including: (1) Price to Book Value, (2) Price to Earnings, and (3) Revenue Multiple. Our screen also removes companies with strong warning signals, and low growth potential.

Using the DiscoverCI Stock Screener we scan for stocks daily meeting the following criteria:

  • TTM Revenue Growth Greater Than 10% (Remove Low Growth Companies),
  • Price to Book Ratio Less Than 3 (Market Average is Approx. 5),
  • Price to Revenue Less Than 5,
  • Price to Earnings Ratio Less Than 50,
  • Debt to Equity Ratio Less Than 75% (Indicator of Safety), and
  • Return on Invested Capital Greater Than 10% (Remove Companies With Low Quality Growth).

Finding undervalued stocks can be hard, but these companies are a good place to start given their low valuation ratios compared to their growth and stability.

The list is sorted by market cap from high to low. Below is our list of undervalued mid-cap stocks to jumpstart your portfolio in 2019.

We update this list daily. Last updated: December 16th, 2019

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