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I'm reading about valuation ratios. PEG in particular. In the below example, can someone tell me how to know that expected growth is 10% and how does one know this number? Thanks.

For instance, if a company is expected to grow at 10% a year over the next two years, and it has a P/E of 10, it will have a PEG of 1.

10 trailing P/E / 10% projected EPS growth rate = 1.0 PEG
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