9. Dress Barn (DBRN) operates a chain of women's apparel specialty stores. During the past three years, it has expanded sales 19% annually, on average. Fiscal fourth-quarter net income surged 59% to $42 million, but earnings per share climbed a more modest 27% to 52 cents, restrained by a higher share count. The operating margin narrowed from 10% to 9%. Dress Barn has $327 million of cash and just $26 million of debt. Its stock sells for a forward earnings multiple of 10 and a book value multiple of 1.9, 33% and 34% discounts to peer averages. Its PEG ratio of 0.4 reflects a 60% discount to fair value. Raymond James (RJF) expects a gain of 45% to $34.