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Author: EBean Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 122  
Subject: Diagnosis? Date: 9/18/2006 2:27 PM
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I've noticed that I have a problem picking something to "Underperform"...I fear this will be a hurdle to any long-term success with CAPs! eee gaaads zoooks!!

What to do? Is there a cure?
It's funny, I dunno that I'm any sort of optimist in market play, but my Scorecard thumbs up make me look that way, perhaps extraordinarily so...

Does it denote something of a CAPs player...if one would rather see an Outperform "Underperform" than an "Underperform" that "Outperforms" at anytime?...it's like I'd rather avoid picking "Underperforms" all-together!

What does this mean about me?
I feel slightly in conflict with my CAPs-self...
And the one "Underperform" is killing me in that I realized it was the wrong choice for this game and am dappling with where/when to cut my loss...
( as I am sure will be a choice made on many in my future here...it's only the beginning)

I mean, I know I've got to be due for a ratings slide big-time...
But it's like I don't think I ever want to choose an "Underperform" again...no, neyyyy, never.

Does it just mean that I'm a CAPs business optimist maybe and nothing more?

Is there a cure?

eeeep.




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