The recent market slump has sent shares of many great companies down to bargain prices. Should investors seeking out great deals consider J Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY), Glencore (LSE: GLEN), and Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN)?
It was a little over 4 months ago, back in September, when shares in Glencore Plc slipped to record lows of 68.82. This was mostly off the back of fresh analyst suggestions that GLEN could become worthless thanks mostly to huge debts.
The prospect of zero real earnings growth, no dividend and a great deal of price uncertainty all mean that Glencore (LSE: GLEN) would probably pose a challenge to the most accomplished of financial modellers.