I went up 7.78 % on the ticker and then my score is down 6/10 marked on the ticker.Why don't you try this scoring with AMEX.What is the public-domain method used to grade CAPS.
S&P gain was 7.279 %.I won with 7.78 %. But i am lowered to 6 out of 10 in a rat/rate race for CAPS which the designer of this grading needs to re-apply for admission at their alma mater and start a new course Algorithms and Analysis.
"For example, suppose you picked ticker FOOL to outperform the market. If the return on FOOL is 10% while the return of the S&P is 4% over the same period, then your score will be 6. However, if you picked FOOL to underperform, your score will be -6. In CAPS, scores are always displayed as decimal numbers even though technically they are percentages."Doesn't know how to communicate English in the HELP section.'the return on FOOL' ?What FOOL ?I'd take a course in grammar not rhetoric.
And I'd recommend a TOEFL course for most writers on FOOL for over looking that clause. Staring and spying at numbers in 10ks and then begging for extrapolated excess storage areas for S&H or AR is how to Jump to Top of CAPS.
Don't fix the score. I am keeping tabs on the scores now. I have a bag of index cards with ticker letters on it. Do you want to pick one?
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