In the Monthly Picks series, we highlight 3 stocks identified as undervalued by our prediction model. Here, we describe one indicator showing good readings for each stock. We also bring you the latest news regarding these companies.

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Among the most undervalued stocks for March are:

Morgan Stanley (MS) – Its price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) is currently showing the lowest values compared to the last 66 trading days. P/E ratio compares the current valuation of a company to how much profit a company generates. In general, a low P/E value is considered a positive indicator for stock purchase.

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ConocoPhillips (COP)
– Its momentum grew strong during the last trading year. COP currently has the highest bullish momentum from all stocks our model assessed. Momentum measures the speed at which a stock’s price changes. High positive momentum indicates a great chance that a stock’s price will continue in its upward trend.

Here’s Why Momentum Investors Will Love ConocoPhillips (COP)

Oracle Corporation (ORCL) – Its operating cash flow (OCF) indicator shows favorable results. OCF measures the amount of cash a company generates. It indicates whether a company can generate enough cash flow to maintain and grow its operations. Having a higher operating cash flow is always preferred.

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