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Clearly there are companies on this list with loads of excess cash and healthy dividends. Fully one third of Cato's market value is sitting on its balance sheet in cash. Foot Locker's dividend represents a near 6% yield. It is well covered too, with nearly 20% of the company's market cap in cash. Two early favorites perhaps?
The P/S ratios show major disparities in these retailers from Barnes & Noble to Buckle. Of course BKS',net margins are less than 2%, while Buckle's are in the mid-teens.
The market has noticed, but is there value in this list?