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I realize that CAPS is not designed to be a portfolio-evaluator, but, rather, a stock-picking game. However, I am using CAPS (mostly for fun, I admit) to help me evaluate my portfolio-creation skills (if such a thing exists). I have entered into the CAPS system only the stocks in which I have invested real money, either mine or my mother-in-laws, whose portfolio I am managing.

 

If, for example, my CAPS score is going down while my percentage money gain is going up (in relation to the market), the allocation of my money among stocks is strong while my stock-picking is not doing as well. If the opposite is the case then, well...the opposite is the case.

 

In any case, I am thoroughly enjoying the CAPS system. Thank you Fool.

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