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Latest Charm: Score Club 300

September 10, 2009 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: KONG , SOHU , MNTA

As I mentioned in my post on the Score Club 100 charm, I had a number of stocks then in that category, and hoped to add more to the 200 category, of which I only had one at the time (SOHU), and hoped someday to get some to the 300 and 400 category. Well, now I've hit the 300 mark (at least for now) with KONG, which passed the 100, 200 and now 300 mark (again: it flirted with it once before) unheralded by me until now. That is what value investing (read: keeping your hands off winners :-)) will do for you.  [more]

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Latest Charm: Rating Up 25+

November 03, 2008 – Comments (0)

Those who have followed my posts know that I started with a little information about each of the Charms that I then had on CAPS. My, my, how things have changed! Since I got a job in the financial services industry (see blog post CAPS helped me get a job! ) I have been very busy learning my new job, and of course, lately, watching the meltdown from a safe distance.  [more]

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CAPS helped me get a job!

June 03, 2008 – Comments (22)

Thanks, CAPS. You helped get me a job. (Makes a great blog Post Title, doesn't it :-)  [more]

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Favorite Caps features: Sectors

May 18, 2008 – Comments (0)

I thought I would take a few postings to talk about my favorite Caps features, so far. (After all, they keep getting added, and I only do this for fun and research, so I have not explored absolutely everything.)  [more]

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Modest heights: my highest scores on Caps

May 17, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: MNTA , ABB

Well, the last week has been good to me on Caps. My All-Star charm came back and stayed, at least for now. My score went up a lot, and my Accuracy and Average Pick Rating all improved. This should be mostly due to general market interaction with my current picks, because I only made 3 new ones, and ended 2 old ones. Sometimes playing Caps (or investing :-) feels like being a farmer: you plant your seeds and hope for the best, but are still at the mercy of the weather.  [more]

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