If the peg ratio is considered one of the measures to evaluating stocks, why is it not listed anywhere in the ratios or key statistics tabs for a stock being researched, or am I just not looking in the correct place?Yahoo quotes has a PEG ratio on their Key Statistics page under Valuation Measures. E.g., here is the listing for MSFT:http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=MSFTBear in mind that the PEG ratio isn't strictly defined. Various sources may use different ranges of data and methods of calculation for future earnings estimates, so the PEG ratios may not be directly comparable.http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/pegratio.asp-R
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