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Barron's recently highlighted Deckers Outdoor as an idea to consider. David thinks they’ve brought up a good one. He's been following the company since 2004 and Angel Martinez is one of his favorite CEOs. He's done a remarkable job running the company and fostering important relationships with retailers like Nordstrom and Amazon.com's Zappos, as well as opening its own stores. Deckers expects to generate $100 million in free cash flow, as sheepskin prices are falling. That puts the company at about 20 times FCF, which is an attractive multiple for such a strong company. David agrees with Barron's that Deckers looks attractive.

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