February 06, 2009
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Easy to know: “Which Australian Test batsmen have scored over 5000 Test runs?”Hard to know: “Which caps-Players have scored over 5000 Points via outperform calls?”(no inverse-etfs, no small-cap-OB/PK-stocks)
answer to first question
First of all, let me say congratulations on your quick rise to the top ranks... definitely not an easy feat using all outperform calls!!
Are you aware of the 'Yes' charm? I wish I could have been able to tell you about the yes charm before you picked that one underperform call on VLKAY.PK. It's really too bad, because in just another couple of weeks you would have jumped right to the #1 spot among "Yes" holders. As a former #1 myself in this category, I can tell you I've never seen anyone get 5,000 points that way. Can't say definitively that it hasn't happened, but definitely not that I've seen.
Anyway, if I ever make it back to the #1 spot on the "Yes" list, and you're still above me in rating, I'll be sure to give you props once more... since I'm guessing if you had known about the Yes charm you might not have picked that one underperform.
Still, your rise has been noted, and good luck staying up there!
Funny to see you here Sinch, I guess you do know your quality goods.
I too am very impressed with our "portfolio". Scoring your points in this market the way you did is most impressive.
Please pick up your horn, and toot away my good portefeuille.
I'd like to say that I look forward to the Ashes this summer but after England's woeful performance against the WI I'm not so sure. Pity, because for the first time in a while the Aussies are looking beatable.
And congratulations on your stock picks. I have a few of them in my portfolio.
practicing the words of the great warren buffet will be greatly rewarding. The top players here can't shift gears even though this is when your supposed to buy. I don't know if you've noticed but their scores have mostly flatlined. So in all of this turmoil, since October I've gone from 4000 points to 9000 caught up and passed those I thought were unreachable. And I thought this was a bear market.