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Subject:  Why AOL is RB but JDSU is RM ? Date:  3/3/2000  7:14 PM
Author:  ajooba Number:  5698 of 8329


I thought RB companies were supposed to be superfast growing companies with not too big a market cap. And RM companies were supposed to be established giant companies which are leaders in their field.

By this token I would think AOL would be a RM and JDSU would be a RB, but the Motley Fool has picked the other way round !!

I am just trying to understand the basics here.

thanks.
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