TMCNet:  CTI Industries has the Lowest Forward Earnings Yield in the Housewares & Specialties Industry (CTIB, TUP, JAH, NWL, AM)

[November 26, 2012]

CTI Industries has the Lowest Forward Earnings Yield in the Housewares & Specialties Industry (CTIB, TUP, JAH, NWL, AM)

Nov 26, 2012 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the three companies in the Housewares & Specialties industry with the lowest forward earnings yields. Using projected earnings for the current fiscal year, the forward earnings yield is useful to compare a stock's return vs. owning a similar stock or other yield assets (e.g. bonds). Generally, the higher the earnings yield, the more undervalued the stock.CTI Industries ranks lowest with a forward earnings yield of 4.2%. Following is Tupperware Brands with a forward earnings yield of 7.6%. Jarden ranks third lowest with a forward earnings yield of 7.9%.


Newell Rubbermaid follows with a forward earnings yield of 7.9%, and American Greetings rounds out the bottom five with a forward earnings yield of 8.5%.

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