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OK, I'm just trying to have a little fun here. This investor does consider valuation while selecting and monitoring his investments. A portion of this valuation information can be found every Monday at the following link:

Selected samples follow:

Weekly Stock Screens
Stocks w/ Sales & Earnings Growth > 15% & Increasing Margins
(%'s compared to same quarter a year ago)

Rising Margins 02/14/00 - 02/18/00
Company Name Ticker Sales EPS

Agilent Technologies Inc. A 26% 58%
Analog Devices ADI 63% 179%
Applied Materials Inc. AMAT 125% 507%

Rising Margins 02/07/00 - 02/11/00
Company Name Ticker Sales EPS

Gemstar Intl Group GMST 49% 60%
Network Solutions Inc. NSOL 143% 145%
Triquint Semiconductor TQNT 60% 129%

Rising Margins 01/24/00 - 01/28/00
Company Name Ticker Sales EPS

E M C Corporation Mass. EMC 21% 33%
J D S Uniphase Corp. JDSU 119% 138%
L S I Logic Corporation LSI 30% 920%
Nortel Networks Corp NT 21% 53%
Qualcomm Incorporated QCOM 19% 200%
Siebel Systems Inc. SEBL 109% 109%
Texas Instruments TXN 26% 66%

There are companion links, from the one listed above, which show Falling Margins, Beat Estimates, and Missed Estimates.

I would much rather spend a few moments on Monday scanning these lists. One of my other options is to try to make heads or tails out of things like the Oracle CEO's sound bite on CNBC on how his company is going to beat out Siebel Systems in the CRM area.

Thanks for the poll, Bruce

Hope this helps add to the valuation thread.

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