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Yahoo's number does say "PEG Ratio (5 yr expected):", so perhaps it is less meaningful?

The Yahoo calculation is very easy to do. They have the inputs and the results all on the same page. See:

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ae?s=ERES

Go down to the "Growth Est" table (last one on the page). There, you'll find the "Next 5 Years" growth rate (e.g. 52%) and the forward "Price/Earnings" (e.g. 36.48). Do the calculation on those and you'll get what they report as "PEG Ratio" (e.g. 0.7).
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