I'm well aware that not everyone uses discounted cash flow to analyze and value stocks, and that's perfectly fine. Not only is there no such thing as "one right way", but using different methods in tandem can tell you some interesting things about a stock. Along those lines, WESCO (NYSE:WCC) looks like a pretty interesting value if you compare its EV/EBITDA multiple to other distributors and perhaps even cheap if you go with a PEG-based approach.
The problem I have with earnings/PE approaches, though, is that I happen to think that debt matters. And WESCO has a lot of that. So I'm torn - WESCO has more than enough cash flow and operating income to cover its interest...
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