the PEG ratio isn't a good barometer, would you recommend using the "cash PEG"? Or am I foolishly off the track? "Cash PEG", ROE, ROA, ROIC(search for Andrew Chan's posts on RM board for a good way to calculate this),debt trends, cash flow trends,etc. Look at the whole picture as much of the picture as you can understand and absorb. But look for trends, go several years back, and several quarters back. If the #'s are trending steady or favorably than your probably on the right track.Calculating them for yourself if you can, you'll learn alot more about the beast in question.just my $.02jack
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