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I own two companies with low PEGs based in Isreal that sell on the Nasdaq, EDUSF and FORTY. Both of them are software companies, FORTY is a software service company? Why are their valuations so low? Both have great financial statements. Is it because they are based in Isreal? Because they are involved with software and the danger of becoming obsolescent in a hurry? Because most of their business is overseas and investors are afraid of the effects of the strong dollar? Or is it because they are such small caps that nobody notices? Any answers out there?
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