- 12 мая 2011, 16:17
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Morgan Stanley released a report this week stating that mega cap stocks are at their cheapest levels in 25 years. The mega cap stocks are defined as those having a market capitalization of $100 billion or more. Morgan Stanley reports that:
Historically, the 30 largest stocks by market cap have traded about in-line with the broader market on a valuation basis, but that’s not the case right now. In fact, the stocks are currently trading at 12.7 times, (their cheapest level since the 1980′s) while the overall market is trading at 16.4 times.
You can read that and get more details on the report here.
The Morgan Stanley report emphasizes that the market appears to be underestimating growth and the future potential in many mega cap stocks. The top five mega caps that Morgan Stanley believes are likely to outperform (the most) are Bank of America (BAC), JP Morgan (JPM),
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