Five Stocks Looking Pricey

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From Forbes.com

"Are these five stocks too rich for comfort? Our gauge here is the PEG ratio, calculated by dividing a stock’s estimated price-to-earnings ratio for the next 12 months by its projected long-term earnings growth rate. The rule of thumb says PEGs below 1.0 signal a cheap stock. These shares have PEGs at 2.0 or above, as well as price-to-sales ratios above 5."

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