By Mill Chart
Last update: Sep 7, 2023
Quality investors are looking for the best of the best. Companies which are growing steadily and consistently, but are also in excellent financial condition. We will have a look here to see if PACKAGING CORP OF AMERICA (NYSE:PKG) is suited for quality investing. Investors should of couse do their own research, but we spotted PACKAGING CORP OF AMERICA showing up in our Caviar Cruise quality screen, so it may be worth spending some more time on it.
ChartMill assigns a proprietary Fundamental Rating to each stock. The score is computed daily by evaluating various fundamental indicators and properties. The score ranges from 0 to 10.
We assign a fundamental rating of 6 out of 10 to PKG. PKG was compared to 23 industry peers in the Containers & Packaging industry. PKG has outstanding health and profitabily ratings, belonging to the best of the industry. This is a solid base for any company. PKG has a expensive valuation and it also scores bad on growth.
Our latest full fundamental report of PKG contains the most current fundamental analsysis.
More quality stocks can be found in our Caviar Cruise screen.
Important Note: The content of this article is not intended as trading advice. It is essential to perform your own analysis and exercise caution when making trading decisions. The article presents observations created by automated analysis but does not guarantee any trading or investment outcomes. Always trade responsibly and make independent judgments.
PACKAGING CORP OF AMERICA
NYSE:PKG (2/22/2024, 7:04:00 PM)After market: 173.2 0 (0%)
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