Greetings Mike, What I do not understand is how certain stocks with high P/Es can be considered "bargains."If the growth rate is sufficiently high I can see this. The point of this being that if a company can grow by say 50% a year for a few years this should allow for a higher P/E, no? Secondly, recognize that some "bargains" are because they are a relative value, e.g. the lowest in a group of 10 may not be cheap on an absolute basis but is relatively a bargain compared to the other 9.Just a couple of ideas,JB
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