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I'm just trying to get a handle on a 
semi-reliable way to figure out where a stock
might be 6 months or a year from now. I don't 
base my whole decision on this but I do try to consider it.

I do a pretty thorough fundamental analysis of a
company before I add it to my (fake) portfolio...
I follow the Fools' lead in that if I find a good
company I don't really worry about the price -- I just
worry about the price rising in the long-term. It
is illuminating, however, to get a bead on where the
stock might be in the short-to mid-term.

It seems to me that the YPEG isn't as accurate as the
aforementioned method (forward P/E x EPS) to figure 
a future price target.

I just wanted to know if someone has had a good 
experience with a different method...thanks!!!
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