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According to this chart:
XOM looks like a deal again especially below $83/share.

Beware the one gigantic flaw of the BMW method: it ignores how the company is doing.
A better approach is the original "Value Line"
For example, Exxon seems to be attracted to around 7.5x cash flow per share.
But cash flow per share, and by extension the value, is largely unchanged
from 2008ish (a good year for them) or 2011 or 2012 so the price should be also.
This suggests that $80-85 should be fair but not particularly cheap.

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