April 09, 2010
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some statistics for my 12 "caps" game players.
I start with the easy ones, not sure I am not too lazy for the more difficult ones.
so if you take out my loser portefeuille12 I currently have all players in the "top66" as to "score points" and in the "top53" as to "outperform score points". there is quite a bit of "overlap" and I might add some statistics that try to quantify the "amount of overlap".
To minimise the effect of the calls I make I have started giving most of the new calls the "time frame" "few weeks" and also changed the "time frame" of quite a bit of the older ones to "few weeks" and by now at least 1/3 of the "active" calls should have no effect on the "star ranking system" and in a few weeks around 90% of my "active" calls will have no direct influence.
+ 1 rec for the performance of your players.
Do you treat these players differently or are they just an extension of your main profile?
I treat them differently. My main player portefeuille usually gets to make the calls I consider the best (when I make them). I might write something about their different strategies later. So far I "exported" all the data into a spreadsheet (via copy&paste. I hate it!). First result. I have made 4806 calls and the "average pick score" for those is around 28.93 (139015.81 score points, hehe ...).
sum of score points for some stocks.
HGSI 6240.50MTL 5374.74DNDN 3649.78LVS 3025.85GMK 2395.01 BCS 2301.22 FACT 2145.56BAC 1778.55ATPG 1773.32 IP 1491.53AIXG 1441.18PCX 1391.52KFN 1355.60 DB 1339.09XL 1334.42HUN 1328.01INCY 1279.08 DOW 1261.06FITB 1189.84 BIDU 1133.44MGM 1131.74PKD 1130.31IRE 1108.50 IO 1046.51NYT 1031.21GGP 1025.57WYNN 981.56FCX 944.33HIG 943.58MBT 913.31FIG 876.70NG 793.54LYG 722.53AIB 699.57DDR 688.02FLEX 686.75FMCN 633.51 AMZN 626.46BASFY.PK 592.97NILSY.PK 581.31MBI 574.17AER 561.72
ISIS -353.52 GERN -354.68MDVN -366.37DRYS -390.19LXRX -428.45PARD -500.11 HLCS -603.50OMEX -992.52
Porte, I'm curious about why you would want to minimize the effect of your picks on the CAPS rating. Is it simply because you have overlap between the portfolio compositions?
#8 yes, that is the reason.