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Subject:  Scoring ended picks Date:  12/29/2016  3:17 PM
Author:  jonboy13 Number:  188 of 188

While checking some of the top scoring fools, I noticed a top 100 player that may possibly not be clear on the scoring system. isinghu is a great and very active stock analyst, with a rating in the high 99's. This has been done despite over 67% of his picks that ended with a positive score fell under +5%! As I understand it, that has them scored as "non-picks". His 82% accuracy would be 93% were those scored as positive picks. It seems almost certain he's not aware of the way those picks are scored, or he wouldn't have left almost 3,500 picks to end in that way. It seems a shame that a person having only 361 of 5515 picks end in the red and not be one of the highest ranked fools. Hopefully others that aren't aware of the system will read this and benefit.
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