"#16 - companies can see how the best investors perceive them"Oh VERY nice one. I was also thinking about the Wall St. analysts in a similar regard earlier. IF they care (which they might or might not), think how cool it could be to have an annual "CAPPY" award for "Best Wall St. Analyst Stock Picker"? That kind of headline might even hit a few financial pubs, who knows?If you take this to its logical conclusion, CAPS is (in part) a metric by which Wall St. analysts (who do this for a living) are JUDGED and MEASURED, in the open, for all to see. As far as I know, NOTHING like that has been available before. As I mentioned in a previous post, what ROTH has done to date has me completely floored, and changed my tune which used to be to stereotype "all Wall Street types" as "bad" or crooked.Great, great stuff imo.Again, congrats to CAPS team on an incredible "thing".
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