Zacks.com featured expert Kevin Matras highlights: Broadridge Financial, US Airways, Montpelier, Netflix and Pericom

 Zacks.com featured expert Kevin Matras highlights: Broadridge Financial, US
            Airways, Montpelier, Netflix and Pericom Semiconductor

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CHICAGO, Nov. 20, 2013

CHICAGO, Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Stocks in this week's article include:
Broadridge Financial (NYSE: BR – Free Report), US Airways (NYSE: LCC – Free
Report), Montpelier (NYSE: MRH – Free Report), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX – Free
Report) and Pericom Semiconductor (NASDAQ: PSEM – Free Report). Kevin Matras
shows how to search for stocks with increasing Cash Flows, but low Price to
Cash Flow ratios.

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Screen of the Week written by Kevin Matras of Zacks Investment Research:

The Price to Earnings ratio (or P/E) is probably the most common ratio in
determining whether a company is under or overvalued.

However, the Price to Cash Flow (or P/CF) is another great ratio to do just
that.

Cash, of course, is vital to a company's financial health in order to finance
operations, invest in the business, etc.

And cash can't really be manipulated on the Income Statement like earnings
can.

The reason why some like this measurement better than the P/E ratio is because
the net income of the Cash Flow portion rightly adds depreciation and
amortization back in, since these are not cash expenditures.

Whereas the net income that goes into the Earnings portion of the P/E ratio
does not add these in, thus artificially reducing the income and skewing the
P/E ratio.

So many analysts prefer using the Price to Cash Flow metric to judge a stock's
value.

The screen I'm running today is relatively simple:

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