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November 29, 2010 – Comments (11)

Around 700 "caps" game players currently have my player portefeuille as one of their "favourites". If you are one of them you might want to consider following a few of my other players. Some of them have "done better" than the player portefeuille in the past few months ...

my 12 players.


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#1) On November 30, 2010 at 12:14 AM, SweetMircha (74.67) wrote:

The original is still best, portefeuille No. 1 , the 1st.

Nuff said.

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#2) On November 30, 2010 at 12:22 AM, portefeuille (98.93) wrote:

The first to play was portefeuille6, formerly known as hansschmidt (not my name), by the way.

11 of the "top85 as to outperform score" are among my players.


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#3) On November 30, 2010 at 12:39 AM, Momentum21 (96.53) wrote:

Do you have a particular system that you follow with any of your numbered accounts?

It could be fun to only make picks with a certain alias while drinking a certain beverage or on a specific day of the Friday.  

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#4) On November 30, 2010 at 2:57 AM, portefeuille (98.93) wrote:

Well, portefeuille2 appears to be the best allround player, portefeuille5 is doing alright with European equities, portefeuille is the biotech guy, ...

I like the beverage idea though!

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#5) On November 30, 2010 at 10:01 AM, lemoneater (56.61) wrote:

I used to think feuille meant "fool ", finally I had an eureka moment and realized that it meant "folio."

I really liked your blog, LED. 

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#6) On November 30, 2010 at 12:44 PM, portefeuille (98.93) wrote:

#5 "feuille" is "leaf".

Portefeuilles are for "carrying leafs" (in German "Brieftasche", where "Brief" is "letter" and "Tasche" is "pocket" or "case" -> briefcase) ...

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#7) On November 30, 2010 at 12:49 PM, portefeuille (98.93) wrote:

#6 "portefeuille" also means "portfolio" of course ...

With this meaning Germans use the word "portefeuille" as well. They also use the word "porte-monnaie" ("carry coins") ...

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#8) On November 30, 2010 at 1:05 PM, rockbox64 (< 20) wrote:

Hi Port.  You and I both have Telefonica.  Its my telecom play in my SEP AND part of my overseas exposure.  My thesis regarding the company longterm is that it has made acquisitions that will benefit it greatly over the next five years.  While located in Spain ther bulk of its exposure is outside of that country which is growing. The dividend is good.  The price is being artificially depressed because of the whole Europe thing.  In 3 years, I see it back over $100.  I'm looking to start buying when it gets sub $58 or so.  Your comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.




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#9) On November 30, 2010 at 1:18 PM, portefeuille (98.93) wrote:

#8 I don't have anything to add. It is also my favourite stock from the telecom sector.

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#10) On November 30, 2010 at 4:21 PM, lemoneater (56.61) wrote:

Thanks for the etymology of "portefeuille." Neat!  I learn so much more than stocks from MF :)

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#11) On December 04, 2010 at 7:06 AM, hanginout (82.92) wrote:

May I add just a bit here?  If you wanted to add all of the portefeuille family to your favorites list, the easiest way would be to go to the "Members" tab on the bar at the top of the page.  Once on that page, put portefeuille in member name.  It will pull up all of the "porte family of funds" and you can choose them one at a time.

FWIW, at the moment, I am not able to log into my normal account, so I am having to use my paper trade account for comments, blogs, etc, but it is still me, still


And yes, Porte, I would be delighted to add your identities to this id.  If I am going to use it, I probably need to transfer my favorite list over here anyway!

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