When looking at whether a stock can be seen as a value investment potential or not, we have to see a few figures. Most important factors to consider are the PE and the P/S ratio of the company. This is to determine whether a company is trading undervalued or overvalued compared to the industry as well as to its historical norms. Triumph’s trailing 12-months PE ratio is sitting at 10.53. This figure is quite good when compared to the PE of the S&P 500 which is at 17.89. The TGI stock’s PE also compares well to the Aerospace sector’s (the industry Triumph Group is in) PE ratio of 18.67. Judging by this, Triumph is currently trading decently undervalued compared to the industry and to its competitors.
Triumph Group currently has a P/S ratio of 0.34, and this signals some level of undervalued trading when looking at the historical values for the company.
On top of that, the TGI stock has a Zacks Value Score of B, as well as a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).