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When people (fools) have a question or ask for a definition we seem to be send to someone else with a similar question. Does TMFs have anything to help here? Is there a dictionary or guidelines for what statistical terms mean and if high numbers are good or bad or when low numbers are good or bad. Here, compared to other companies in the same industry would be very positive to pick the best companies.
This would benefit the TMFs and its members.
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