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I think P/E for Blue Nile is a tricky ratio to use when valuing the company. If you are of the belief - as I am - that Blue Nile's cash flow is sustainable near current levels, it's interesting to note that they have a price/cash flow ratio of 19.5, which compares favorably to the industry average of 19.3. Of all the companies in this industry, I believe NILE has the best shot at maintaining a solid cash flow.

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