Hi ESYou can get all the information you need from Yahoo Finance. When you call it up, click on investing, put GE into the symbol box and enter. Then click on Key Statistics. It currently has GE rated 1.58 PEG estimated for 5 years. But you can also get estimated 5 year growth rates and estimated earnings.Keep in mind that this is "estimated". I think that PEG is not considered as good an indicator of value as it was a few years back. It implies that the PE ratio shouldn't exceed the growth rate. At least, that was once the idea, although I don't think there was any evidence to support it.Hope this helps. If one judges my ability by my portfolio, I certainly won't win any awards for stock valuation.Delwin
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