In the previous post , I blogged about 12 Singapore stocks which have attractive fundamental metrics that investors may just want to take note of. To recap, each of the 12 stocks pay a minimum dividends of 5% and have a net profit margin of at least 20% in the last fiscal year; numbers which are respectable in each of the aforementioned parameters. Also, these stocks are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of 1, which means that they are undervalued. And these 12 stocks are chosen from stocks with a market capitalization of at least $500 million to ensure that these stocks have a certain size in terms of market capitalization.

If I would to rank these 12 stocks from the most attractive to the least attractive, how should I rank these stocks and what would the ranking list be like? One good way to do that would be to …

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