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Yse, I noticed that too, in the broad market indices.
http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=26804465
It surprises me that the effect was so pronounced during the slide.

I think it's just another way of saying that the undervalued stuff has got
a lot more undervalued than it was to begin with.
As a random poster-child example, GE is at an 18 year low P/E.
If this is the "real" meaning, it's time to buy value.
Conversely, maybe we're early in a really long period of growth outperformance.


As for screens, I found a lot of my yield screens have been a bit of an
exception, holding up not too badly so far this year.
To be safe, I'm sticking with my what's-working-lately system for picking screens.

Jim
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