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Author: mrtoast Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 254197  
Subject: The Monster Screens Date: 5/31/2000 1:16 AM
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I've come across two new screens that have some
exciting characteristics.

1) They are simple. Very simple. Much simpler than
most screens we follow here. I took a note from
Alevine. I've admired his very simple screens.
Screens with too many parameters worry me.

2) They take many of the large-cap stocks you might
find in Keystone or Spark screens, but have returns
that are more in line with PEG and RS screens. This is
great news for people who like to blend screens that
are very different. I refer to them as monster screens
because of the market cap screen in them. I'm naming
them CAPRS and RSCAP.

3) They are exceptionally robust, with great returns
through all holding periods. They seem to be the best
6/3 options strategies yet. And I believe the numbers
make them the best or close to the best semi-annual
and annual screens.

Alevine verified them for me and I present them in his
usual format. I welcome all comments.

	CAPRS				
	T=1; Top-55 by Market Cap; sort by High RS-52				
	Holding Period  (months)				
	1	3	6	12	GSD
Top-1	79%	66%	48%	33%	84%
Top-3	54%	58%	46%	32%	68%
Top-5	44%	45%	41%	31%	35%
6--10	24%	18%	22%	20%	22%



	RSCAP				
	T=1; Top-15 by RS-52; sort by High Market Cap				
	Holding Period  (months)				
	1	3	6	12	GSD
Top-1	56%	52%	44%	29%	47%
Top-3	50%	47%	45%	33%	55%
Top-5	42%	42%	39%	30%	32%
6--10	30%	23%	22%	19%	32%

  --Toast
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