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Author: Hawkpie Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 137  
Subject: Portfolio and Purchase Date: 12/11/2009 4:36 PM
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I don't want anyone to feel that I am critizing...because I'm not. I am only curious about the Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio Annual Review. I just finished reading it and appreciate all of the information. Now...at the end of the review I read a synopsis of who owns what, and then a list of most of the people on the MDP team. What I don't find is anyone who owns KDH Humboldt Wedag (a first buy).

And that lead me to wonder how the stocks for our portfolio are picked. Is it by consensus of the members of the team? If so I would wonder why a first pick is not a personal favorite of at least one team member. I think I understand that not everyone is "rich" enough to invest in "everything", and some very intelligent people will have maybe a better (for them) place to put their hard earned money.

I have many more thoughts, but I think maybe too lengthy to get into for "one" question!

Maybe just a comment from someone who can give me a clue? I need one!
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