Growth the Mad Money way

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In Jim Cramer's book, "Mad Money" he states that buying companies with PEG < 2 and growth better than their sector are often good buys. We did a screen for these stocks and also took into account diversification and what other funds are in the stock. PEG is the P/E ratio (Price over earnings) divided by growth. So if a company is trading for 20 times earnings and is expected to grow 20% then its expected PEG is 1.
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