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No. of Recommendations: 13
(Especially for my fellow MIers that want longer
backtests...this does great back to 1989)

Here's another MI set of screens that does well
during the CANSLIM® comparison years in my previous post.
Year   Return %     Portfolio $
100,000
2001 78.3 178,300
2002 65.2 294,552
2003 58.7 467,453
2004 38.6 647,890
2005 55.4 1,006,822
2006 44.0 1,449,823

http://www.backtest.org/8906SSgr(PIH_CSO_safe)qt3m10l5

This screen has a higher CAGR than my previous post,
but it comes with a higher GSD and drawdown.
      Screen    S&P  Difference
1989 83.3% 35.2% 48.1%
1990 50.3 -4.8 55.2
1991 131.9 30.8 101.1
1992 107.0 7.1 99.9
1993 33.0 10.2 22.9
1994 39.4 1.5 37.9
1995 60.8 38.7 22.1
1996 25.7 23.2 2.5
1997 50.5 27.9 22.6
1998 20.7 34.5 -13.8 only losing year to S&P, but still good.
1999 65.5 18.4 47.2
2000 81.1 -10.8 91.9
2001 78.3 -9.3 87.6
2002 65.2 -22.1 87.4
2003 58.7 28.5 30.2
2004 38.6 10.2 28.3
2005 55.4 7.5 47.8
2006 44.0 13.9 30.1
Average: 47.2%

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