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04-08-2014 11:02 AM

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04-08-2014 11:56 AM

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04-08-2014 11:58 AM

I do DY on purchase price, but once I bought I don't worry about the PE

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04-08-2014 11:59 AM

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04-08-2014 12:38 PM

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04-08-2014 01:44 PM

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04-08-2014 02:05 PM

what's a Neff number ?

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04-08-2014 02:07 PM

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04-08-2014 02:23 PM

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04-08-2014 02:29 PM

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04-08-2014 02:57 PM

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04-08-2014 03:08 PM

"The Neff number is calculated by adding the dividend percentage, say 4%, to the average growth, say 16% (the growth and the dividend being what you 'buy') - which would be 20, divided by the PE ratio (being the price you pay), say 10, which will give you a Neff number of 2. If you paid less, with a PE of say 5, the Neff number would be 4. Thus the better value a share, the higher the number."

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04-08-2014 03:35 PM

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04-08-2014 05:18 PM

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04-08-2014 05:31 PM

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Rams
look at my post again...what you bring up here is used commonly in the forecasts...but in a different way to dtermine 'value" based on current price and projected future earnings....Now "to see how it grows. your business" ,actual earnings must approximate the forecast...if it falls short(and Buffet used an average,not just one set of results), then sell it.....

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05-08-2014 11:24 AM

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