Consumer Confidence Is Up, Here Are 6 Undervalued Consumer Goods Stocks

Tickers in this article: CTB DAN HBI NAV NPK PCAR
1. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. (CTB): Together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets replacement tires in North America and internationally. Market cap at $1.65B, most recent closing price at $26.18. Levered free cash flow at $214.53M vs. enterprise value at $1.76B (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 12.19%).
 

2. Dana Holding Corporation (DAN): Engages in the design, manufacture, and supply of products for vehicle manufacturers worldwide. Market cap at $2.54B, most recent closing price at $17.18. Levered free cash flow at $305.62M vs. enterprise value at $2.48B (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 12.32%).
 

3. Hanesbrands Inc. (HBI): Engages in the design, manufacture, sourcing, and sale of apparel essentials in the United States and internationally. Market cap at $3.9B, most recent closing price at $39.69. Levered free cash flow at $556.21M vs. enterprise value at $5.40B (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 10.3%).
 

4. Navistar International Corporation (NAV): Through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells commercial and military trucks, buses, diesel engines, recreational vehicles (RVs), and chassis, as well as provides service parts for trucks and trailers. Market cap at $2.18B, most recent closing price at $27.24. Levered free cash flow at $613.50M vs. enterprise value at $5.43B (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 11.3%).
 

5. National Presto Industries Inc. (NPK): Engages in the production and sale of housewares/small appliances, defense products, and absorbent products in North America. Market cap at $513.51M, most recent closing price at $74.53. Levered free cash flow at $41.42M vs. enterprise value at $389.46M (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 10.64%).
 

6. PACCAR Inc. (PCAR): Designs, manufactures, and distributes light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks and related aftermarket parts primarily in the United States and Europe. Market cap at $17.11B, most recent closing price at $48.46. Levered free cash flow at $3.85B vs. enterprise value at $23.73B (implies a LFCF/EV ratio at 16.22%).