February 04, 2010
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some score comparisons.
This must have taken you A LONG TIME. You got to hand it to Bravo Bevo. That guys score is pretty incredible. We seem to have a similair curve to our performance, although yours has a pretty healthy positive offset. Thanks for putting this together.
bravobevo is still playing this very low volume game. he seems to like it ...
"S&P 500 index in EUR". it is currently at around 1047.24/1.3594 ≈ 770.37.
15 out of Top 100 are up more than 100 CAPS points today.
35 out of Top 100 are down more than 100 CAPS points.
It would appear that more bears are gaining enough points to pop into Top 100, and a few players have moved to more bearish positions this week.
However, this would indicate we are still 2 to 1 or even 3 to 1, net bulls right now. Not exactly what you see at a significant market bottom.
If we get a blow-out weak close today, and another big down day on Monday, that may change the "sentiment" somewhat, and force people to reevaluate the state of the global economy.
Not exactly what you see at a significant market bottom.
I don't think you can use this as a sentiment indicator as most players do not changed their strategy (see charts above).
It would appear that more bears are gaining enough points to pop into Top 100 ...
Yes, that appears to be the case.
update (see this post).
update (see comment #16 here)
some "caps" game "categories" my players appear to be doing alright in ...
("tag", number of stocks in the category, "ranks")
Information Technology >10001,2,4,5
Aggressive Growth 862 3,4,5
Mid Cap 605 2,3
Large Cap 4133,4,5
Capital Markets 1692,4,5
Communications Equipment 141 2,3,4
Computers and Peripherals 72 2,3
United Kingdom 431,3