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Subject: Re: P/E Value Date: 2/17/1998 2:46 AM
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Subject: P/E Value
Author: rush3430 Date: 2/16/98

holdings, etc.) The MFIG recommends a source such as IBD to scan
for up-an-coming small cap companies in the earnings section.
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Yeah, ain't that IBD great. I've been getting their 2 week free offer for about a week now. I'm gonna have to sign up. It really is the only way to go, especially if you are going to follow the 8 steps.

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Once I find companies that meet the MFIG criteria (i.e. RS>90,
Sales >200 mill, Daily Dollar Volume < $3 Mill) is that the time to
apply the Fool Ratio? And do I use the current P/E value to make
my decision to invest? Thanks for the help,
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Take what I'm about to say with a grain of salt. I'm new to this also

I do pretty much what you are. When I have done some of the initial research and I find a company that meets the above criteria, I then come here to Fooldum and enter the stock ticker, click the lil "financial" button and the hit the "go get it".

Viola, up pops this neat lil screen with all the info you need to figure the "peg". I print out this page and then go to the "peg" page (not sure where its at now, I have it bookmarked) enter the data that is needed and it figures it out for you.

laters
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