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My experience is like yours. I used a screen to form a list of PEGS in the .2-.7 range and did WSJ briefing books research and built WSJ portfolios for "winners".

Amazingly, very few of the "winners" seemed to perform. Those that are performing, I did more research and have bought one stock.

Time will tell whether this is a good technique in the face of this churning market. If you develop any further research techniques, let me know.

Dave Richards
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