"You have stated that EBAY should be 13.9, not 139. You have taken a rational view and provided your analysis of EBAY stock. For you (and now for me as I know nothing of EBAY and probably never will) EBAY is overvalued by an outrageous factor of ten.Go short and get over it." fivepigsI did not say that Ebay should be 13.9. Please do not put words in my mouth. That is not what my post said. I just raised the question that what if the market decides to value stocks differently--that is , starts to give stocks historically normal valuations? It is just something to think about. Maybe the market will value Ebay at a p.e. of 10000. Who knows?Jesslove
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