ResNullis: Your study in no way proves that. In fact, it proves absolutely nothing about the Foolish Four. It only reflects what holding four Dow stocks that qualified as the Foolish Four in one particular year will do over time. Why you say in your writings it reflects a Foolish Four methodology when you fail to make annual trades escapes me. Gee, it sure is nice to watch the big dogs go at it.:-) But more to the point, I wish we had more of this kind of debate between the folks who have different investment strategies, since open debate usually leads to greater knowledge and understanding. You might enjoy the Foolish Four board if you like "debate between the folks who have different investment strategies." The Foolish Four has been all but slaughtered. The post-mortum goes on. Pixy and Elan seem to be fighting a rear-guard action. One suspects that pride of authouship clouds their judgement. NO ONE SHOULD INVEST $1 IN THE FOOLISH FOUR WITHOUT REVIEWING THE FAQ ON THE FOOLISH FOUR DISCUSSION BOARD. Failure to do so may result in the sorts of questions which get asked almost every week to the effect of "What happened? Where is my 20% return?"just my 2¢ PVcliff
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