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Subject: Re: When do we call it a correction? Date: 2/9/2014 7:39 PM
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I don't know how you should interpret that, but I will say that the same pattern, one that I've been commenting on for some time now, continues to show up in all kinds of stocks.

Good observation! One way to reconcile the short with the long charts is to look at the Current and Average CARG. In the Colgate chart, the fast 2009-2014 spurt of the 16 year chart is just the Average CARG of the longer term chart. If the company hasn't fundamentally changed (toothpaste is toothpaste), then the longer chart applies and you should expect a 15% to 16% CAGR.

Denny Schlesinger
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