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Tournesol, If you check out HYP 2, 3 and 4 see link below, I think you will quickly work out why they were not continued, which is what I hinted at in my first post. http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/guides/the-high-yield-portfolio.aspx SB's HYP is a good idea though. Excel35
Tournesol, Your such a charming fellow :) You asked for "evidence", I provided just some evidence from a source where hundreds of people have discussed HYP's, albeit many doing it in there own little way (building, tinkering etc). Other HYP's were set up by the author himself, HYP 2, 3 and 4. Use the search function on the fool.co.uk. Or view past threads on the…
By evidence I mean the actual investment history and performance which have been generated by your approach. Now either you can produce that or you can't. You can get an idea of how the first HYP1 performed for the first 11 years at the link below, plus note there were also HYP2, 3 and 4, none of which were continued. http://boards.fool.co.uk/hyp1-is-11-12406972.aspx?sort=whole