Having 10 of my players now in the "top100" I would like to suggest separating "primary" from "secondary" players. My primary player is portefeuille (ranked #16). My secondary players are ranked #19,23,26,61,69,77,78,95,97,183,7852. I do not want to "crowd out" other players or be "crowded out" by other secondary players. I do want to keep them alive, but maybe they could be taken out of the ranking systems. Maybe add a button to "include/not include" secondary players, default being "do not include secondary players" ... [more]
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some links: (more to come) [more]
a great talk by klarman: 1
front running and the "caps" game:
Have a look this post (also see comments #1,2,4,11,13,14,15,17,18 of that post!).
You should think about this issue before in any way "following" any "advice" or calls on "small volume stocks/ETFs" ...
Some CAPS Leaders Couldn't Find an Outperforming Stock If It Hit Them in the Face
I just thought it would be nice to restate this ...
The "Stocks of the Day" suggestions are getting more and more absurd ... [more]
something on this "contrarian" issue (see this post): [more]
update for "the list" [more]
come on stocks
give me the #1
I promise no "top fool" messages
... just noticed that my player ahedgefund has gained an "average pick score" (aps) of 50.34 in his 80 days of existence. [more]
new goals for portefeuille:
1) score leader position for 20 stocks at a time
2) making the SEC believe I have insider knowledge
3) a job offer from Renaissance Technologies
People can't seem to decide on whether there is optimism or pessimism prevailing and since sentiment appears to be one of the favourite counter-indicators maybe it is helpful to "keep track" of sentiment. [more]