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Care to share the data and formula you have for this? shows a PEG of 12.0 for Playboy.

The definition of the PEG from Morningstar:
" A stock's price/earnings ratio divided by the company's projected EPS growth. The price/earnings ratio used in the numerator of this ratio is calculated by taking the current share price and dividing by the mean EPS estimate for the current fiscal year. A PEG Ratio means nothing in itself, so for comparison we show the industry and S&P 500 averages."

I would note that there are a couple of requirements for computing a PEG I think:

1) P/E has to exist and be meaningful, e.g. if E is less than or equal to zero then this isn't meaningful.

2) There has to be a positive earnings growth rate or again the denominator becomes an issue.

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