There is never any shortage of debate when it comes to stock valuations. What is a fair price to pay? When is a stock too expensive? Are current valuations irrational and in bubble territory? Or indeed, can a stock be super “cheap” when the company is loss-making and trading at a price-to-sales (PS) of 10 times?

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