Check out YHOO Finance Research on AOL. It appears that the average S&P 500 stock is selling at a price/earnings to growth (PEG) ratio of 3.3. By comparison, AOL is reported as selling at a PE of only 2.63 times its earnings growth rate. To my understanding, this suggests that AOL is selling at a discount to the average S&P 500 stock -- i.e., is selling at a PEG of about one-third less than the average S&P 500. All of the above in my personal opinion only. Comments anyone on my analysis
Aol went from 35.12 week ending 7/24/98(post split adjusted) to 17.50 week ending 9/4/98 losing half its value only to storm back. I'm holding existing shares only to buy more when its at half its value of 85.00 (from 170.00) then come storming back to new highs.