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Author: ribofunk Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 2003  
Subject: Any Such Stocks... Date: 9/5/1997 11:01 AM
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| 7) The best of both worlds is a stock with a high growth
| rate and a low PEG. Any such stocks you find must be
| posted to this board immediately. Please.

Since you asked, here are some numbers I've done in the past few days:

FCPY is a former Daily Trouble stock which has gone from 5 to 7 7/8 in the last couple of months. The PEGulator gives a Fool Ratio of 0.32 based on the numbers in the Fool snapshot. Its growth rate is in excess of 40% per year--they are opening 50 new locations in the next 12 months, and its management is reportedly good.

I have a small position, but plan to increase it in spite of the recent 45% appreciation. Let me know if you find anything wrong with these calculations.

Jack Neefus
College Park, MD
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