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I guess this partially an observation and partially a question. Since a large part of the Earnings Euphoria Ratio is based on tangible book value, it would seem that a majority of big name technology companies (AAPL, MSFT, CSCO, ADSK, GOOG, etc...) would have a large euphoria ratio since most of these companies have relatively high P/B ratios and a decent amount of goodwill.

Technology companies don't typically have the assets that a Wal-Mart or Home Depot do. To compensate, they typically produce signficantly higher margins than traditional retail stores.

Has anybody else noticed this?
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