Investors in automotive-domestic stocks have likely heard of Paccar (PCAR) and Tesla. Which stock gives value investors the best bargain right now? We must investigate.

Value stocks can be found in many ways, but we've found that a strong Zacks Rank and a high Value Style Score yield the best results. The Zacks Rank is a proven approach that picks companies with positive earnings estimate revision patterns, while Style Scores score firms by distinctive attributes.

Paccar has a #2 Zacks Rank (Buy) and Tesla #5 (Strong Sell). The Zacks Rank prefers stocks with recent positive earnings estimate revisions, so investors can rest certain that PCAR's earnings outlook is improving. This is just one thing value investors consider.

Value investors use standard indicators to uncover undervalued firms at their present share prices. The Style Scores Value category recognizes undervalued corporations using several metrics

These include the long-favored P/E ratio, P/S ratio, earnings yield, cash flow per share, and other indicators that help us value a company.

PCAR's forward P/E is 15.20, while TSLA's is 57.65. We also observe PCAR's 1.93 PEG ratio. PEG ratios, like P/E ratios, take into account a company's predicted earnings growth rate. The PEG ratio for TSLA is 3.18.

Another valuation metric for PCAR is its 4.08 P/B ratio. The P/B ratio compares a stock's market value to its book value (assets minus liabilities). For example, TSLA has 8.84 P/B

These criteria and more help PCAR get an A Value grade, while TSLA receives an F. PCAR's increasing earnings potential makes it stand out in our Zacks Rank model. Based on the aforesaid valuation indicators, PCAR may be the best value pick.

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