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Department of Housing and Community Development HousingMaps ABCs of Real Estate 10 "Cheap" Stocks Yielding Up To 12.2% You've likely heard of this valuation method countless times: The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio that analysts use to compare a stock's current share price to its per-share earnings. By this measure, stocks may appear "cheap." The benchmark S&P 500 now trades at a P/E of 14 times 2013's estimated earnings -- well below a long-term average of about 15. But a low P/E doesn't always spell opportunity. Consider Capital Products Partners (Nasdaq: CPLP) and Ship Finance International (NYSE: SFL), both in the oil-shipping industry. Which is the better deal? It's not that easy. That's where the P/E and growth (PEG) ratio comes in handy. For this ratio, the P/E multiple can be based on next year's estimated earnings, this year's estimated earnings or trailing earnings for the past four quarters. Generally speaking, stocks are fairly priced when the PEG ratio equals 1. So let's take another look at Capital Product and Ship Finance. [Related -3 Dividend Shares At All-Time Highs] -- Carla Pasternak
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