CSCO does very well because they continue to beat expectations. The PEG and YPEG just measure expectations after all. Even if expecations are very high (like CSCO's YPEG usually is), if the company beats them the stock will go higher.http://www.fool.com/EveningNews/1996/EveningNews960809.htmhttp://www.fool.com/EveningNews/1998/EveningNews980619.htmhttp://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?id=1030011000230000&sort=postdate [start of a thread]http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?id=1030011000217000&sort=postdatePatrick
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