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I would be intrested to see what figures you used to get those calculations. With Current estimates of $1.25 and foward estimates of $1.55, with a projected growth rate of 15% a year (very conservative by my estiamtes) at a current price of $20/share I come up with these figues:

peg of .66 which is reasonable not underpriced.
and a ypeg of 1.06 which suggests that the company may have temporarily exceeded its projected growth expectations. The key word's here are temporarily and projected. If the facts change estimates change. Currently the risk/reward ratio under these circumstances is not that great from my perspective. I still own the company and don't plan to sell any time soon but I believe that there are many other greater opportunities out there today. The hard thing is to find them and wait.


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