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The Fool Ratio measures potential growth of a stock's price based on analysts' projections for earnings growth. I think I remember that it's not accurate for large cap companies--better for small to mids. A lower number is preferable. You can read about it in the Fools "Investment Guide".
The flow ratio is a measure of how well a co. manages it's inventories and accts. receivables. Also a low # preferable here. I believe I learned about it in the Fools' "Rule Makers-Rule Breakers".
I jumped into Varian, too. Good luck.
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