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Posting at 1:31am is beyond the call of duty Paul. Thanks for all your reports and dedication.

I am always reminded of comment Minervini made in one of his webanars about how to make a 100% gain - you can either wait for a share to appreciate 100% or you can compound 7 shares that make 10% each. His route is the 10% route (although he hopes to make more) mine is the 100% as I cannot sit around watching the market.…

Another excellent introduction to T.A. Thanks for taking the time to write these Stephen.

The CGT position depends upon ones personal circumstances. In my own case the yearly CGT allowance is well and truly busted on other gains, so any NAPS gains on re-balancing becomes subject to CGT. ETFs allow the capital gain to be rolled over, until the ETF is sold. As there is currently no CGT on death, a very large capital gain on an ETF could…

they are market cap weighted and not designed with sound investment principles at heart. FTSE trackers don’t pay.As much as I agree that the FTSE100 index is flawed from  the point of view that a few shares dominate the index, I cannot agree that tracker funds don't pay. They have 2 important advantages over NAPS portfolios, namely  no stamp duty on a FTSE ETF. OK,…

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