Just quoting a low stock price 5 years ago and using that as proof of being overvalued doesn't make sense; what were the fundamentals then? I think BA is very attractive: it trades at 13 times forward earnings, has a 5 year PEG of close to 1, and it trades at a price to sales of LESS than 1. It has more cash than debt, pays a decent dividend, is growing revenue and earnings, and has positive cash flow. Finally, as a manufacturer, it stands to be a real beneficiary of a lower dollar. So how is this stock overvalued, exactly?