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1. I'm curious as to why you set your growth rate so low?

2. With regard to your list, and not to the names that are regularly tossed around, you may also want to look at cash flow and the ability of the company to survive until earnings begin to turn positive.

3. I agree with the comment regarding market share. It may not be easy to find, but one can always call the company and ask.
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