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June 26, 2008 – Comments (7)

 

'Morning Fools,

I try to regularly review the response to my writing. There isn't much of one lately, which makes me think I'm not serving you as well as I should.

Here are a few of my regular columns:

Who's Buying Now? (interesting insider buys)

5 More Top Growth Stocks (the most interest five-star growth stocks)

The Next Million-Dollar Penny Stock? (a new penny stock idea)

Worst Stocks in the World (losers from the prior day that fell for a reason, and could continue falling)

The Stocks the Funds Are Buying (a look at the funds behind our weekly Wall Street Buy List)

Hot Stocks You're Buying Now (the hottest industries from the past 30 days and the best and worst stocks within each)

The Growth Stocks You Should Be Buying (unloved growth stock ideas)

The Week in Tech (review of the week's tech news)

Any comments to those or any of the other stuff I've been writing? Two final questions:

1. What are you looking for when you arrive at the Fool.com homepage?

2. What puts a smile on your face when you find it at Fool.com?

Post your suggestions here or, if you'd rather let me have it in private -- I don't mind -- e-mail me at milehighfool@yahoo.com.

Thanks much. I can't promise to adopt all, or even many, of your ideas. Time is short with three kids and I'm usually inclined to write what puts a smile on my face. But I get the most joy from serving you and those who have yet to encounter the Fool. That's why you're reading this post.

FWIW and Foolish best,

Tim (TMFMileHigh)

7 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On June 26, 2008 at 9:22 AM, tomnsung (83.09) wrote:

Tim:

I appreciate you and thanx for all that you do!  I try to read all of your columns, my favorites are "Who's Buying Now", and "5 More Top Growth Stocks". If there is a scarcity of response, I would attribute it to early summer doldrums and market frustration, and not to a lack of interest.     Tom

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#2) On June 26, 2008 at 9:48 AM, LordZ wrote:

Wow where does one find your columns ???

 

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#3) On June 26, 2008 at 10:23 AM, JustWokeUp (88.58) wrote:

The problem with the Fool Blog is that there are quite a lot of contents. Sometimes good posts like these get buried along with the other posts.

Perhaps there should be a 'category' selection, so that as readers, we don't have to find 'needles in a haystack', and as writers, our posts are better served to the proper audience?

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#4) On June 26, 2008 at 4:40 PM, TMFMileHigh (74.67) wrote:

 

LordZ,

Wow where does one find your columns ???

Thanks for asking. My Fool.com writing archive may be found here.

Foolish best,

Tim (TMFMileHigh)

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#5) On June 26, 2008 at 8:43 PM, rd80 (98.32) wrote:

Hi Tim,

I enjoyed your '5 More Top Growth Stocks' this week.  I appreciate the practice of letting someone know when their pitch is being quoted.

I like the Fool columns that use CAPS or other sources to make some conclusion that isn't just a rehash of recent news.  Most of the Fool columns I read are hits from headline summaries for my tracking portfolios on Yahoo.    

I know the Fool needs to market the newsletters, but IMHO too many of the columns are just newsletter ads. 

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#6) On July 01, 2008 at 9:08 AM, tomnsung (83.09) wrote:

High Tim:

I had another thought about reasons for the lower response to your great articles, and the culprit is CAPS. Back in the dark ages, that is, before caps, I used to read all of the daily Fool articles. Then CAPS came along, and there is so much good content there, that I don't have time to read very many of the regular articles anymore. If others are doing as I, then folks are not responding to articles that they aren't reading.

     Keep up the good work, and Keep the Faith.

Tom

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#7) On July 09, 2008 at 3:20 PM, TMFBreakerTAllan (99.02) wrote:

Tim

 I personally don't like the latest iteration of the Fool's home page, it edits too much information and makes the regular columns a bit harder to access.  That may contribute to the lack of feedback. 

I read alot of the columns you write - but as for feedback, is it just a symptom of the market being down?  Less active interest in the mindset of the individual investor? 

Don't know, but keep doing what you are doing.

 

T.

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