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I used the trailing P/S, as I said not precision but just easy to see and parse the portfolios out. SQ price was lower by 8% when P/S entered into portfolio....even now sits below 10.

Again, not trying for precision, rather proof of concept and the value limits themselves were arbitrary from lower to middle to highest in that landscape of stocks....based on lower to highest and trying to split into approximate thirds.

TLND is now above the P/S of 10 but NTNX and TTD are just barely so......the rest still below 10. The differences were most pronounced at the high extremes rather than at the middle.

I know it can be refined.....taking forward P/S, etc......but then that is work....could be worth it.....but just trying to prove concept at first blush.
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