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Sly,

Moore et al. point out that the entire reason that the market regresses toward the mean in its valuation of gorillas, chimps, and monkeys is because the PEs of the gorillas look silly compared to the PEs of the other animals in the jungle.

I don't understand your point at all, especially because Moore goes into great detail to explain why the valuation of gorillas and all companies thriving on a network effects-based business model regresses to the extreme, not the mean.

--Mike Buckley
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