Dividends4Life: 3 Dirt Cheap Stocks Trading for Less Than 4 Times Cash Flow

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Identifying "cheap stocks" is perhaps the greatest challenge the long-term investor faces. A stock's relative "cheapness" can vary from sector to sector, and, as sometimes is the case, a cheap valuation can be a direct result of worsening fundamentals and growing shareholder concern. Weeding out the potential problem stocks from those with long-term potential is the real challenge. Cash flow can tell investors a lot about whether a business is operationally profitable and just in a rough patch, or whether there are bigger problems at hand. Using a stock screener in search of what I considered to be dirt cheap stocks, the following names emerged...

In general, oil stocks have been beaten to a pulp, and offshore driller Noble Corporation (NYSE:NE) is no exception. Shares of Noble are down 45% year-to-date, and nearly 80% over the trailing two-year period as offshore drilling opportunities have dried up. Another dirt cheap stock based on its cash flow is Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN), an owner and manager of gaming facilities across the United States. A final dirt cheap stock worth strong consideration for your portfolio is railroad car and parts manufacturer Greenbrier Companies (NYSE:GBX).

Source: Motley Fool

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