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Author: karpicdm Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 89118  
Subject: Re: Devils advocate on portfolio closures Date: 2/19/2003 7:49 AM
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While I have not been following the Fool as long as Nphrn, I concur with him that losing the portfolios is very disappointing as they were a relatively easy way to measure the performance of the people that we trust to teach us how to use available information to make the best possible investments. It is important to continue to measure your performance, so at the least I would expect columns from time to time that measures performance of various ideas over time (and not just for a month or two, since most of us are in it for the long term).

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Karpicdm (there is one vowel in there!)
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