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Ed, Re. "Absolute momentum" It would be really good if the landing page on Stockopedia had an indicator showing if the Stockranks were negative or positive . I can see how to work it out but it is easy to forget to check and thus be late in considering buying or selling as per the indicator. Regards FM

...if one can stomach going to virgin rain forest, burning it down and instituting a monoculture then all well and good. It's a bit like tobacco for me. Each to his own!

.......I agree. We are not getting a "desk" of journalists, we are getting one person. I think that Paul should go on holiday for 6 weeks a year and not feel the need to report (as he frequently does) from those locations. I think it would be good if we could have an early a.m. notification of anything which looks interesting e.g. "Widgetco WGC.L very…

Cig, I have seen work showing that 15 is enough to track a market for a significant proportion of iterations. The problem is though, that if the average result of the particular stock universe you are looking at is skewed by a small number of high performers then you may well fall short if you do not invest in everything. We have to remember that…

Ed, I noticed today that the vigintile chart for >£350m shows the 95-100 group performing not only worse than the 90-95 group, but the 20-25 group too. In fact this chart is all over the place and does not follow the expected pattern of improving performace with higher rank. When I checked, there were about 22 stocks in the 95-100 vigintile, so the number is…


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