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Author: vigil Date: 2/3/98 2:05:07 AM (ET)

Hi jjackel.Check out Although you
cant screen by PEG,you can screen by YPEG.Most of the low YPEG
stocks have low PEG's as well.Theres a huge number of screening
criterion for you to select from,allowing detailed,custom screening.I
think its the finest screener available on the net.Its even
free,though registration is required(also free).
I checked out this site. Yes, there is quite a few things you can use to help in your picks. They do have a "peg", but I couldn't find any info on just exactly what it means. Any ideas? Does it compare at all with the Foolish PEG?

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