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I am still waiting for my Arris shares to appear in my iDealing account. I could accept this when other brokers were having the same problems but now I am getting cross! I hope iDealing are reading this.

I have received the following reply from iDealing to my enquiry about my Arris shares:"The ARRIS International Plc shares that are due to you following a corporate action on Pace are currently held with Computershare Trust Company N.A (CTCNA).Unfortunately, we cannot add the ARRIS shares to your account until we are in receipt of them in our CREST account.We are currently in the process of…

Don't forget the Q part of QVM heavily weights the F-score already, to quote the 'What is the QualityRank?' page "We heavily weight the F-Score given it's effectiveness, especially amongst small caps.". I think that by adding extra criteria to the QVM you may be duplicating some of its filters.

HiTiming has a lot to do with the performance of mechanical portfolios, especially  in the early stages. I set one up at the end of July using the NAPS rules as I understood them which is around breakeven. I know it is too soon to draw conclusions and the results are not a disaster, but it is not 38% annualised either. Ed is right to…

It seems to me that the problem of using PBV in a calculation is that as the Book Value approaches zero, the PBV ratio approaches infinity? Why not invert the ratio, Book Value/Price or BVP so we have a continuous metric which falls to zero and goes negative as book value falls through zero. Similar to earnings yield vs PE ratios. Sorry if I have…

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