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Msg  168054 of 189690  at  3/22/2012 10:58:44 PM  by

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The following message was updated on 3/22/2012 10:58:44 PM.

Mean Reversion and price consolidation are one and the same...

And yes, mergerman, consolidations can take years, especially when standard valuation metrics reach outrageous, nose bleed levels just as the financial markets enter a prolonged period of multiple contraction. Here are more financial facts that clearly show Celgene price performance during the Barer years was well within parameters that most self-respecting advisors would consider admirable.

Dec 2004
Trailing P/E 82.9
Price/Sales 11.5
Price/Book 9.1

Dec 2005
Trailing P/E 170.5
Price/Sales 20.2
Price/Book 17.1

Dec 2006
Trailing P/E 287.7
Price/Sales 22.5
Price/Book 10.3

Dec 2007
Trailing P/E 78.3
Price/Sales 12.6
Price/Book 6.2

Dec 2008
Trailing P/E 33.5
Price/Sales 10.9
Price/Book 7.0

Dec 2009
Trailing P/E 32.9
Price/Sales 9.5
Price/Book 5.8

Dec 2010
Trailing P/E 31.1
Price/Sales 7.5
Price/Book 4.6

Dec 2011
Trailing P/E 23.4
Price/Sales 6.4
Price/Book 5.6



 
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168055 Re: Mean Reversion and price consolidation are one and the same... laserluver 8 3/22/2012 11:20:24 PM
168056 Re: Mean Reversion and price consolidation are one and the same... mergerman 8 3/22/2012 11:48:50 PM


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