Bon-Ton Stores (BONT)

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The PEG ratio (Price/Earnings To Growth ratio) illustrates the relationship between stock price, earning per share, and the company's growth rate. The PEG ratio consists of the PE ratio divided by the company's growth rate. Using just the PE ratio makes high-growth companies look overvalued relative to others. By dividing the PE ratio by the earnings growth rate, the PEG ratio allows investors to accurately compare companies with different PE ratios and growth rates.

A company with a PEG ratio below 1 is considered undervalued. A company with a PEG ratio around 1 is considered fairly valued. A company with a PEG ratio greater than 1 is considered overvalued.
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