After 2 months and two days.20 of 25 are still on the list, not having fallen 10% below the index (6% gain). The 5 that fell off the list were therefore accounted at minus 4% apiece. Shady accounting practice. 14 of the original 25 beat the market. But the aggregate score then is about a 7% gain, which is a two month market out-performance of 17%, in newsletter terms.Outliers and percentages (rounded) they actually gained:TITN 23FDML 32UIS 36BGCP 26CMLS 41AXL 17BZH 19TNS 44I rode CMLS to a nice gain. I bought BGCP in a non-trading, LTBH account. It had formed an ascending triangle, had a stupid P/S ratio, and I think today the yield is still over 11% after it has run up some.
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