NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- While I have never believed that there is such a thing as a "perfect stock," I have always remained cautious at stocks that I believed are "priced for perfection."Investors are often quick to throw valuation metrics out of corporate windows in favor of "zeal," a quality that flies in and attaches to names such as Chipotle (CMG) or Salesforce.com (CRM) and to a lesser extent virtualization king VMware (VMW). These are examples, of stocks that by virtue of their enormous trading multiples that fit the description of "priced for perfection."
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