Updated from 6:58 a.m. EDT

With the Dow Jones Industrial Average recently trading at its lowest level in years, many investors are starting to look for favorably priced Dow stocks as short-term and long-term investments.

One of the better metrics for measuring stocks is the price/earnings-to-growth ratio, which is the P/E ratio divided by the growth rate. The lower the ratio, the better the buy.

Stockpickr has reviewed all the stocks in the Dow and compiled a portfolio of the top 10 stocks with the lowest PEG ratios, including Boeing ( BA) and Chevron ( CVX).

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