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I often use ratio comparisons between various tickers and indexes. When comparing two symbols of similar value, the results are reasonably accurate. When comparing two symbols of extremely different value the results will be distorted. I recall reading an article (that I can't find) that addressed the distortion by using percent change rather than closing price for calculations thus eliminating the distortion. I'm hoping someone can either provide the link to the article or explain how to do it. Thanks, Techstocklover