As I mentioned before the greater than 1000 score point days have become pretty frequent as of late for quite a few "caps" game players. Today has been a pretty average day with the benchmark, the S&P 500 index" currently "up" a little more than 1%. Now have a look at the changes in score points of some of the "top" players. This is one of my favourite "top lists" as it is ordered by total score points. That of course does not correlate perfectly with "stock picking talent" but at least this ridiculous "accuracy" is taken out of the game. Interesting is of course also the "average score point" number, at least if you combine it with the average "holding period" (period that starts with the time the call is made and ends with the time the call was ended or with today for the calls that have not been ended).
How do you get this particular list? I think there is no easy way since there is a "top outperform list" and a "top underperform" list but not a "top score points" list. But the following "trick" does a pretty good job. You choose a "popular member", click on the "heart" symbol and then click "score" to give it the intended order. Okay there is an easier way. Click here and add the linked page it to your bookmarks.