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Subject: Re: Price to Sales Info Date: 4/28/1999 1:10 PM
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Great! Thanks....sorry to get keep whipping the dogs on our sled, but I want to make sure.

I understand that I need to analyze the rest of the financial statements. I feel comfortable with that.

So..PSR...Depending on the industry, whether its competitive or not, high growth like techs, etc, A PSR level could be good or bad. So would you say in a very competitve market, let say PC manufacturing, where there are the Dell's, Compaqs, IBM, etc, a start up company with a low PSR could turn out to be bad investment. However, if a company (like AOL back in '95) that was on the edge of a new industry with few competitors that had a low PSR, could be in line for a huge gain. This is why a full analysis is important.

Closer? I appreciate your help TMFSelena!
Newbie Fool Chiefton

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