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Subject: Re: Lee Lackey Date: 5/24/2010 5:12 PM
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Hi all,

Just got accepted to the Board and was intrigued by some of the recent comments regarding Benchmark Investing.

I had some success using Ken Lee's system back in the late 90's and early 2000's.

I'm picking up the strategy again and wondered if any of you knew of sources for recent info, results or websites involving Mr. Lee or any of the folks who've used the approach.

Also, with technology advancing quite a bit since 2000, perhaps you know of stock screeners etc. that could make the calculating a bit less labor intensive.

I was particularly interested to know how the system performed from 9-'07 through 3-'09 if you know.

Please advise in and around your no doubt busy schedules.

Much obliged.

Tom Wise
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