Top 5 International Companies For 2014

[ May 15, 2013 | Author: Admin | Weather: | Mood: normal]

U.S. stocks have exploded out of the gate in 2013. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI  ) has repeatedly hit new all-time highs while surging nearly 8.6% since the start of the year. Yet despite those impressive gains, the Dow’s maintained a respectable average P/E valuation of just 14.9, a number that’s far from expensive.

The best investors know that buying good stocks on the cheap is a recipe for success, however. As U.S. markets have surged, others around the world have experienced mixed results. So just which international markets are too cheap to ignore right now — and which are too expensive for your investment?

Cheap China, expensive America
The United States’ national P/E average of stocks ranks quite a bit higher than the Dow’s — it’s currently at 17.7, still a respectable valuation but more in line with the impressive gains we’ve seen since the start of 2013.

Top 5 International Companies For 2014: PCCW Ltd (0008.HK)

PCCW Limited is a Hong Kong-based holding company. Its subsidiary HKT provides telecommunications and related services, including local telephony, local data and broadband, international telecommunications, mobile, customer premises equipment sale, outsourcing, consulting and contact centers, primarily in Hong Kong, mainland China and elsewhere in the world. Media Business includes interactive pay- television (TV) services, Internet portal multimedia entertainment platform and the Company

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