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Is a stock trading at a penny "cheaper" than a stock trading at $100? While the penny stock may trade at a lower per-share price, the true answer to the question comes down to a comparison of valuation. Because suppose the penny stock has a history of negative earnings, whereas the $100 stock has been consistently earning $50/share? All of a sudden the $100 stock sure looks cheap, doesn't it!?

The reality is that there are many ways to compare stocks in ways that illuminate whether stock A is cheaper than stock B. And the stock market is chock full of people performing those comparisons every day, in their own chosen ways. Given such a competitive playing field, how is this website, CheapStocksChannel, to stand out? We aim to do so with data, and with a thoughtful ranking algorithm comparing stock prices against underlying per-share earnings.

Here's the scoop on what our algorithm looks at.

First and foremost, we look at the all-important historical earnings of a company. And we then compare that history against the historical stock price information to discern historical average PE multiples for the stock. With that history in hand to compare to, we then consider the stock's present / most-recent earnings information.

For one, there's the most recent quarterly EPS number. Weighing one single quarter has to be done thoughtfully, because on the one hand, a stellar single quarter could be a sign of great things to come for a company... but on the other hand, many companies have a degree of "seasonality" to their earnings reports. So to take the most recent quarter (MRQ) earnings number and annualize it, can provide an interesting denominator for a price/earnings calculation.

But another approach is to consider a company's trailing twelve months (TTM) earnings total — i.e. instead of annualizing just the most recent quarter, why not look back over the last four quarters and total up those earnings? Using that earnings value in a price-to-earnings calculation arguably provides an important look at what a given company was actually able to earn over a year-long period.

And then because earnings reports can often include "lumpy" or one-time write-ups and write-downs, we also take a third approach: we look at the reports over the past four earnings quarters for a company, "toss out" the highest, "toss out" the lowest, and then take the average of the remaining two "middle ground" earnings numbers over the trailing four periods. The result? This exercise finds the median of the trailing twelve month period: the line at which the company has reported earnings higher than the line 50% of the time, and also has reported earnings lower than the line 50% of the time. We then annualize that median number, for use in yet another PE Ratio calculation.

Armed with these various ways to calculate a price/earnings multiple, and knowing the stock's historical average multiples, we can then perform a rank across our coverage universe — but we add in some additional criteria too. For one, we consider each company's size, as measured by its market cap history. If stock A and stock B are hypothetically equal on a PE ranking basis, but A has a $500 million market cap while B has a $5 million market cap, we consider the larger company to be a better value — because smaller companies are inherently more risky and unpredictable.

Finally, for dividend paying stocks, we make some additional calculations. Knowing the various earnings numbers that we calculated for each company — MRQ annualized, TTM EPS, and median TTM earnings annualized — we are able to compare that earnings level against the level of the dividend. In essence, the dividend payout ratio. This allows for a more complete look at the dividend yield... Because suppose you have two stocks each trading at the same 5% yield, where company A is paying dividends at the rate of $1/share and earning $2/share, while company B is also paying dividends at the rate of $1/share but earning just .80. We want our ranking algorithm to consider the 5% yielder with the low payout ratio (company A) to be superior to the 5% yielder under-earning their dividend (company B).

So there you have it: that's the scoop on our ranking algorithm and what it looks at. After ranking our entire coverage universe, we then apply additional screening criteria — such as looking sector-by-sector — to bring you dozens of different "cheap stock lists" to explore.

Notes: when examining past earnings history for a stock, negative earnings are considered not meaningful towards a price to earnings calculation and such results are discarded in the analysis; similarly, a resulting PE ratio based off of a very small earnings number that produces an exorbitantly high PE number above a threshold (we use 500), is also discarded as not meaningful. Also note: the earnings data we receive can be a variety of net income, adjusted EPS, and even FFO in the case of real estate investment trusts, so in order to see additional details for the specific earnings history our algorithm used, please click through on the earnings history chart for that stock to reach the details. Finally: while all of our data partners make their best efforts, there is no guarantee that the information we utilize for this site will be free of errors; indeed, all information should be checked with other sources before acting, and any information presented here should be considered strictly for informational purposes to generate research ideas, and nothing you read here is investment advice nor is it a recommendation to buy or sell any particular security. Please see our full disclaimer information.

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#20. Marathon Oil
Trading Symbol
MRO
Recent Price
26.77
TTM Earnings
2.40
PE Ratio (TTM)
11.2
Avg Past PE (TTM)
34.5
Market Cap
18.9B
#20. Marathon Oil
Trading Symbol
MRO
Recent Price
26.77
TTM Earnings
2.40
PE Ratio (TTM)
11.2
Avg Past PE (TTM)
34.5
Market Cap
18.9B
Marathon Oil is an independent exploration and production company focused on the U.S. resource plays. Co. also has international operations in Equatorial Guinea (E.G.). Co.'s segments are: U.S., which explores for, produces and markets crude oil and condensate, natural gas liquids (NGLs) and natural gas in the U.S.; and International, which explores for, produces and markets crude oil and condensate, NGLs and natural gas outside of the U.S. as well as produces and markets products manufactured from natural gas, such as liquefied natural gas and methanol, in E.G. More details at: http://www.marathonoil.com.

Should Marathon Oil shares be given the Cheap Energy Shares label? To start, we see that the recent trading price for MRO stock is $26.77 (as of 5/18/2022). The most recent quarter's (MRQ) earnings result, annualized, was $4.08/share. Looking at the sum total of quarterly earnings across the trailing twelve month (TTM) period, Marathon Oil produced $2.40/share. And taking the median quarterly result across the TTM period, and annualizing it, results in $2.32/share. Comparing these various earnings metrics against the stock price, we end up with a PE ratio of 11.5 for the TTM Median method, 6.6 for price to earnings using MRQ annualized, and 11.2 for current price/TTM earnings. Based on MRO's history, that recent TTM PE is low relative to the historical average, with the recent PE 67.5% lower than the average (TTM method) of 34.5.
#19. EOG Resources
Trading Symbol
EOG
Recent Price
122.58
TTM Earnings
10.98
PE Ratio (TTM)
11.2
Avg Past PE (TTM)
37.9
Market Cap
71.8B
#19. EOG Resources
Trading Symbol
EOG
Recent Price
122.58
TTM Earnings
10.98
PE Ratio (TTM)
11.2
Avg Past PE (TTM)
37.9
Market Cap
71.8B
EOG Resources, together with its subsidiaries, explores for, develops, produces and markets crude oil, natural gas liquids and natural gas primarily in main producing basins in the U.S., The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, The People's Republic of China, the Sultanate of Oman and, from time to time, select other international areas. More details at: http://www.eogresources.com.

Should EOG Resources shares be given the Cheap Energy Shares label? To start, we see that the recent trading price for EOG stock is $122.58 (as of 5/18/2022). The most recent quarter's (MRQ) earnings result, annualized, was $16/share. Looking at the sum total of quarterly earnings across the trailing twelve month (TTM) period, EOG Resources produced $10.98/share. And taking the median quarterly result across the TTM period, and annualizing it, results in $10.48/share. Comparing these various earnings metrics against the stock price, we end up with a PE ratio of 11.7 for the TTM Median method, 7.7 for price to earnings using MRQ annualized, and 11.2 for current price/TTM earnings. Based on EOG's history, that recent TTM PE is low relative to the historical average, with the recent PE 70.4% lower than the average (TTM method) of 37.9.
#18. CNX Resources
Trading Symbol
CNX
Recent Price
19.63
TTM Earnings
2.02
PE Ratio (TTM)
9.7
Avg Past PE (TTM)
30.6
Market Cap
3.8B
#18. CNX Resources
Trading Symbol
CNX
Recent Price
19.63
TTM Earnings
2.02
PE Ratio (TTM)
9.7
Avg Past PE (TTM)
30.6
Market Cap
3.8B
CNX Resources is an independent natural gas and midstream company engaged in the exploration, development, production and acquisition of natural gas properties in the Appalachian Basin. Co.'s operations are centered on unconventional shale formations, primarily the Marcellus Shale and Utica Shale, in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Additionally, Co. operates and develops coal bed methane properties in Virginia. More details at: http://www.cnx.com.

Should CNX Resources shares be given the Cheap Energy Shares label? To start, we see that the recent trading price for CNX stock is $19.63 (as of 5/18/2022). The most recent quarter's (MRQ) earnings result, annualized, was $3.16/share. Looking at the sum total of quarterly earnings across the trailing twelve month (TTM) period, CNX Resources produced $2.02/share. And taking the median quarterly result across the TTM period, and annualizing it, results in $2.12/share. Comparing these various earnings metrics against the stock price, we end up with a PE ratio of 9.3 for the TTM Median method, 6.2 for price to earnings using MRQ annualized, and 9.7 for current price/TTM earnings. Based on CNX's history, that recent TTM PE is low relative to the historical average, with the recent PE 68.3% lower than the average (TTM method) of 30.6.
#17. SM Energy
Trading Symbol
SM
Recent Price
36.68
TTM Earnings
3.87
PE Ratio (TTM)
9.5
Avg Past PE (TTM)
32.3
Market Cap
4.5B
#17. SM Energy
Trading Symbol
SM
Recent Price
36.68
TTM Earnings
3.87
PE Ratio (TTM)
9.5
Avg Past PE (TTM)
32.3
Market Cap
4.5B
SM Energy is an independent energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development, and production of oil, gas, and natural gas liquids in the state of Texas. Co.'s operations are concentrated in the Midland Basin and South Texas. More details at: http://www.sm-energy.com.

Should SM Energy shares be given the Cheap Energy Shares label? To start, we see that the recent trading price for SM stock is $36.68 (as of 5/18/2022). The most recent quarter's (MRQ) earnings result, annualized, was $7.92/share. Looking at the sum total of quarterly earnings across the trailing twelve month (TTM) period, SM Energy produced $3.87/share. And taking the median quarterly result across the TTM period, and annualizing it, results in $3.76/share. Comparing these various earnings metrics against the stock price, we end up with a PE ratio of 9.8 for the TTM Median method, 4.6 for price to earnings using MRQ annualized, and 9.5 for current price/TTM earnings. Based on SM's history, that recent TTM PE is low relative to the historical average, with the recent PE 70.6% lower than the average (TTM method) of 32.3.
#16. California Resources
Trading Symbol
CRC
Recent Price
40.71
TTM Earnings
6.03
PE Ratio (TTM)
6.8
Avg Past PE (TTM)
11.0
Market Cap
3.2B
#16. California Resources
Trading Symbol
CRC
Recent Price
40.71
TTM Earnings
6.03
PE Ratio (TTM)
6.8
Avg Past PE (TTM)
11.0
Market Cap
3.2B
California Resources is an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company. Co.'s operations are focused on the four California oil and natural gas basins: San Joaquin Basin; Los Angeles Basin; Ventura Basin; and Sacramento Basin. Co. has a development joint venture with Alpine Energy Capital, LLC to develop portions of its Elk Hills field. Co. also has a three-year development joint venture for a 20-well program with Royale Energy, Inc. In addition, Co. has a midstream joint venture with ECR Corporate Holdings L.P., a portfolio company of Ares Management L.P. This joint venture holds the Elk Hills power plant and a cryogenic gas processing plant. More details at: http://www.crc.com.

Should California Resources shares be given the Cheap Energy Shares label? To start, we see that the recent trading price for CRC stock is $40.71 (as of 5/18/2022). The most recent quarter's (MRQ) earnings result, annualized, was $4.52/share. Looking at the sum total of quarterly earnings across the trailing twelve month (TTM) period, California Resources produced $6.03/share. And taking the median quarterly result across the TTM period, and annualizing it, results in $5.92/share. Comparing these various earnings metrics against the stock price, we end up with a PE ratio of 6.9 for the TTM Median method, 9.0 for price to earnings using MRQ annualized, and 6.8 for current price/TTM earnings. Based on CRC's history, that recent TTM PE is low relative to the historical average, with the recent PE 38.2% lower than the average (TTM method) of 11.0.
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★★★★★ Based on a review of price to earnings fundamentals, we rank Marathon Oil to be a cheap stock: its recent share price is 26.77, while its trailing twelve month (TTM) earnings came in at 2.40, for a PE ratio of 11.2. Furthermore, we calculate MRO's average past PE (TTM method) at 34.5. And with a market capitalization of 18.9B, Marathon Oil has sufficient size and importance to the market to make it eligible for our rankings. However, we found even cheaper stocks by comparison: find out the top 15 cheap energy shares.

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