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Kellt states:
<<One thing to note about price to sales ratios is that they aren't easily compared across companies unless you have similar capital structures. A highly leveraged company would be expected to have a considerably different price to sales ratio than one that is 100% equity financed.>>

Kellt, why would the psr's differ between a highly leveraged vs an all equity financed company? And in what way would the psr's differ?

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