5 Value Stocks to Watch in the Industrials Sector – Ryder System (NYSE:R), Hayward Holdings (NYSE:HAYW), XPO Logistics (NYSE:XPO), Advanced Emissions Solns (NASDAQ:ADES), Navios Maritime Hldgs (NYSE: NM)


What are value stocks?

A value stock traditionally has a lower price than stocks of companies in the same industry. This indicates that the company may be undervalued because investors are not showing as much interest in these companies. The most common way to check value is through the price/earnings multiple, or P/E. A low P/E multiple is a good indication that the stock is undervalued.

Benzinga Insights has compiled a list of value stocks in the industrials sector that may be worth watching:

  1. Advanced emissions solutions HAS – PER: 1.97
  2. XPO Logistics XPO – PER: 7.05
  3. Hayward Holdings HAIW – PER: 8.5
  4. Ryder system R – PER: 5.58
  5. Navios Maritime Hldgs NM – PER: 0.31

Earnings per share for Advanced Emissions Solns for the second quarter came in at -$0.02, while in the first quarter it was -0.17. Most recently, the company announced a dividend yield of 8.48%, up 0.64% from last quarter’s 7.84% yield.

XPO Logistics reported second-quarter earnings per share of $1.81, up 44.8% from the first quarter, which was 1.25. This quarter, Hayward Holdings experienced a decline in earnings per share, which was $0.35 in the first quarter and is now $0.29. Ryder System reported Q2 earnings per share of $4.43, which was up 23.4% from Q1, which was 3.59. Most recently, the company reported a dividend yield of 3.12%, down 0.34% from last quarter’s 3.46% yield.

Most recently, Navios Maritime Hldgs reported earnings per share of $1.37, while first quarter earnings per share were $0.62. The company’s most recent dividend yield sits at 6.8%, up 0.97% from 5.83% last quarter.

These 5 value stocks were selected by Glimpses of Benzinga based on a numerical analysis. Although this methodical judgment process is not intended to make final decisions, our technology can give investors additional insight into the sector.


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