In the name of value investing , lot of noise is being made . As per Benjamin Graham in his book : Intelligent Investor - the first tenet of value investing is to look for any share quoting less than its net current assets per share ( Current Asset - Current liabilities/total number of shares). His wisdom was that when a share quotes less than its current assets, you are literally getting their fixed assets free of cost.I wondered whether such situation practically would exists. But surprisingly yes ! I was holding the shares of MPS . At one point of time ( prior to take over by the current management) , shares were quoting less than net current asset per share . But I did not have the conviction to buy more . Rest is now history . From low of Rs. 50 , it touched more than Rs.1000.
I tried to check any such share quoting less than current assets per share in the screener.in link but unable to extract. Seeking help from the members on how to extract this info i.e. shares quoting less than their net current assets.