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A player's rating indicates his percentile rank in CAPS. MBMRESEARCH is outperforming % of all CAPS players. A player's score is the total percentage return of all his picks subtracting out the S&P. A player's accuracy is how often that player has made correct predictions.

To calculate a player's rating, we take 2/3 of his score percentile and 1/3 of his accuracy percentile. For further information, read the Player Ratings section of the Help page.

Average Pick Score is a player's total score divided by the total number of picks (active and closed). It represents the player's average return after subtracting out the market's performance.

Average Pick Rating is the average stock rating of a player's total picks. Underperform picks are flip-flopped, so a underperform call on a one-star stock is treated like an outperform call on a five-star stock. This rating reflects how closely your picks are aligned with CAPS ratings.

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Portfolio Strategy: Stock Choices for Retirement

July 17, 2017 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: JNJ , T , XOM

Finding the right financial advisor can seem challenging at first and choosing the right professional for your individual retirement needs will always be a top priority when you are in the initial planning phases.  Many retirement portfolios include heavy exposure to dividend stocks that are capable of producing stable income into your later years.  Common stocks that fall into this Dividend Aristocrat category include names like Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ), Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM), and AT&T, Inc. (NYSE: T) which have all increased their dividend payouts for at least 25 consecutive years.     [more]

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