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I obviously didn’t explain myself adequately. The example of stocks in the green or red WAS based off the numbers reported in the daily change column. That is why being several hundred points in the red for the day didn’t make sense when 85% of my picks were up for the day. Actually anyone who pays attention knows the numbers reported on CAPS are often wrong when compared to stock prices reported by Schwab or Ameritrade so it shouldn’t be surprising the daily numbers often don’t add up either. I’ve been saddened that Jed71, a longtime stalwart of CAPS, hasn’t played in 6 months. He probably was the most prolific pitch writer CAPS had. I hope the reason he no longer participates is because he grew tired of waiting for them to fix all the problems in CAPS and not because of health issues.
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