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Dear Ed, Would you pick the same NAPS stocks today? (So far not good) RMcG



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Then there is another explanation.....the brightest brains, the most sophisticated systems, access to the world's revered gurus....all distilled into a group of 20 stocks that surely must stand the best chance..... simply doesn't work. The measuring comparator, the yardstick, the benchmark,( whichever one chooses) has gone up... the chosen stocks intended to BEAT the benchmark , not match it , have lost value.......so far.....but not…

My point is this...if one invented the perfect system to select the most likely stocks to succeed one would invent Stockopedia, or something very similar. As it is, following their advice, one's investment would have been better off in Vanguard tracker.....so far. I take your point on time....lets hope you're right...the housekeeping depends upon it!!

Dear Herbie47, The HL spreadsheet is above. The purchase date was 16/1 . If One uses the all share as you suggest the underperformance from benchmark is still more than 5%.

A couple of fundamentals... These guys are bright. They don't do anything else. They produce a huge range of variables and opinions to assist picking stocks that will increase in value. They have no prejudice or incentive to be anything other than objective. If FTSE100 is a reasonable benchmark, I don't suppose being over 6% adrift after 6 weeks is quite what was planned!

...and yes Mark777 , I guess timing has a lot to do with variances!

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