The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which industrials editor/analyst Isaac Pino discusses topics across the investing world.
In today's edition, Isaac takes a cue from Fool colleague Dan Dzombak, who recently described a time-tested tool for uncovering companies with above-average cash flows. Isaac applies this tool to identify the cheapest Dow components and finds IBM near the top of the list. For over a century, IBM's been a wise bet in the stock market and a wise bet for IT managers as well. As the saying goes, "Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM equipment." IBM became a solid, albeit sleepy stock during the decade after the tech bubble, but has since soared to new heights. Warren Buffett's been a buyer recently, and according to one metric, Big Blue could still be undervalued -- even around $200 per share.
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