Undervalued Stocks: 3 Companies Selling for Less Than Book Value

Undervalued Stocks: 3 Companies Selling for Less Than Book Value
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Finding stocks trading below book value per share can sometimes turn up companies that are undervalued and worth further analysis. In accounting jargon, book value is a company's total assets minus liabilities and is sometimes referred to as shareholders' equity. This is currently the case for Calvin Klein owner PVH (NYSE: PVH), AT&T (NYSE: T), and Paramount Global (NASDAQ: PARA), which are all trading below their book value at the time of writing.