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In an effort to remain relatively “carefree” the table that follows is intended to show what SAAS (software as a service) and/or hypergrowth stocks are currently the most popular investments among free public sources that I consider current and reliable. Specifically, this ad hoc “opinion poll” shows stocks that more or less frequently appear among several SAAS-focused portfolios and screens. This method does not factor in individual weightings, etc. of the holdings unless otherwise indicated.

Sources for the data I used are:
1 EMCLOUD index, stocks with an efficiency score greater than or equal to 40 @
2 ARKW, the Next Generation Internet holdings, one of Cathie Wood's actively managed funds @
3 Saul’s board. Saul’s most recent reported holdings as well as holdings of a few others whose monthly updates got a high number of recommendations.
4 CMF_muji’s holdings reported in his profile. He frequently gets honorable mention on Saul’s board
5 Peter Offinga’s personal holdings as reported at, he occasionally gets honorable mention on Saul’s board

MotleyPeer’s post 79749 on Saul’s Board provides a more elaborate compilation which uses only reports made on Saul’s board at this link:

I borrowed the macro to produce the table below from an overlap posting that used to run on the Mechanical Investing board. Although the macro produces the stocks in descending/alphabetical based on their relative frequency of overlaps, I am not sure as to how it calculates the count.

Symbol Count
NET 15
ZS 15
S 6
ZM 1

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