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Different sites give diffent pe values for same stock.Why and more importantly which should one believe.for eg for sterlite rediff,value research,sify finance,moneycontrol has 4 diff opinons.Are there any other reliable ,free sites for information.Most sites give data for 2001 as free.Thanks in advance.

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Asked by thomas, 08 Sep '07 02:48 pm
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no two doctors would agree like no two watches. analysts are financial doctors.
their opinions are bound to differ. do not go on reading all opinions. u will
turn nut. restrict ur choice only to two like and moneycontrol
and take ur own decision drawing inferences from both.

nothing like practical experience. if u r already in the business of
transacting in shares, u will learn a lot by ur own experience
over a period of 12 months, that too, after losing some money,
which is inevitable.

if you are a person with limited resources desirous of making a decent
savings for your future, do not plunge direct into market head on.
hasten slowly. should u require further advices, write to me
(no obligations -i am just a small-time share holder like u ) s muthusubramanian, retd.chief manager,sbi
Answered by subramanian iyer, 08 Sep '07 02:55 pm

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as regard diff PE values i have seem they are calculated wrong in rediff almost every where.

Then further to calculate some use previous years EPS some use TTM-EPS
so PE calculated is different.
Answered by Amit Saraf, 08 Sep '07 03:09 pm

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