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Don't know if anyone here is interested - but for those who don't know this - there is a whole segment of TMF, where investors are experimenting with various stock "screens" as a way to standardize and rotate purchases. This was an area popularized by R. Sheard before he left, and discussed extensively in his book. The folks still there continue to refine and experiment with new and improved screens, as well as some of the old "standbys". If interested go to the "Fool Workshop" and look at "Current Rankings" to see the stocks listed for various screens (updated as of 7/23/99).

Used to visit there a lot, now just drop by once in a while to check on the current rankings.

Good recent article about this type of investing by M. Chernick:

And good explanation of each screen:

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