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Exercise or conversion by David Persing of 3 shares of Cepheid subject to Rule 16b-3
Filed transaction by Cepheid director. Exercise or conversion of derivative security exempted pursuant to Rule 16b-3

Cepheid insider trading alert for exercise of common stock by David Persing, Exec VPChief MedTech Officer, on October 7, 2017. This event was filed by Cepheid with SEC on 2011-11-01. SEC Form: Changes in beneficial ownership. David Persing is currently serves as executive vice president chief medical and technology officer, director of Cepheid

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Exercise or conversion by Kerry Flom of 156 shares of Cepheid subject to Rule 16b-3
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Price to Earning

Price to Earning Comparative Analysis
Cepheid is currently under evaluation in price to earning category among related companies. Price to Earnings ratio is typically used for current valuation of a company and is one of the most popular ratios that investor monitor on a daily basis. Holding a low PE stock is less risky because. When a company's profitability fall, it is likely that earnings will also go down..In other words, if you start from a lower position your downside risk is limited. There are also some investors who believe that low Price to Earnings ratio reflects the low pricing because a given company is in trouble. On the other hand, a higher PE ratio means that investors are paying more for each unit of profit.