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simpson438
Posted on: Oct 10 2019, 05:45 PM


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Im doing calcs for PEG ratios for businesses and as it is preferred for the growth rate to be equal to the current P/E ratio, most businesses with high market cap are failing miserably with a super high PEG, as for a company with a P/E ratio of 17 for example and is already earning upwards of $500,000,000 p/a, how is it feasible for such company to have 17% earnings growth rate to qualify for a decent PEG ratio? I could be missing something really simple but would just like some clarification in regards to this, or is PEG ratio simply overlooked when talking companies that have been listed for an extended period and earnings are extremely high. 
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simpson438
Posted on: Oct 10 2019, 05:44 PM


Group: Member
Posts: 4

Im doing calcs for PEG ratios for businesses and as it is preferred for the growth rate to be equal to the current P/E ratio, most businesses with high market cap are failing miserably with a super high PEG, as for a company with a P/E ratio of 17 for example and is already earning upwards of $500,000,000 p/a, how is it feasible for such company to have 17% earnings growth rate to qualify for a decent PEG ratio? I could be missing something really simple but would just like some clarification in regards to this, or is PEG ratio simply overlooked when talking companies that have been listed for an extended period and earnings are extremely high. 
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simpson438
Posted on: Oct 10 2019, 05:42 PM


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Posts: 4

Im doing calcs for PEG ratios for businesses and as it is preferred for the growth rate to be equal to the current P/E ratio, most businesses with high market cap are failing miserably with a super high PEG, as for a company with a P/E ratio of 17 for example and is already earning upwards of $500,000,000 p/a, how is it feasible for such company to have 17% earnings growth rate to qualify for a decent PEG ratio? I could be missing something really simple but would just like some clarification in regards to this, or is PEG ratio simply overlooked when talking companies that have been listed for an extended period and earnings are extremely high. 
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simpson438
Posted on: Sep 22 2019, 04:46 PM


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Guys, been dabbling in shares now for a few years but have just gotten serious about it and i'm looking for some useful sites to find all the fundamental data I require. just looking for things like:
ROE - current and few year history
ROC - current and few year history
EPS - current and few year history
PEG - current
P/G ratio
DRP - Availibility
I've searched the obvious sites like my my broker (Commsec) and it seems as the years go on they have less and less information on there, also searched on the ASX site with no luck. Tried googling but no result from that either.
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I know what im looking for just have no clue where to find it.
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