Linamar is a volatile stock but has suffered a tremendous decline amid record earnings and consistent growth. It has lost close to half the value of its 52-week high of $82.63, down to $45.61, which screams value to me when you look at its forward PE of just 5.62. This isn't a small, speculative, unknown company, either. At current prices, it has a market capitalization of over $3 billion, and is one of the largest auto-parts manufacturers in the world, as well as other metal components for industrial and manufacturing industries. Its dividend of just 0.88% is not very appealing, but it does have a PEG ratio is 0.56, implying healthy growth is still in the works for this company.
Disclosure: I personally own LNR.