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I want to start keeping track of all the companies that are on the list as of today. I've printed out 3 lists.

1. Market cap > 50, top 25
2. Market cap > 50, top 100
3. Market cap > 1, top 100

I figure we track the following groups of companies:

1. All the companies in the 1st group (basically the top 25). What if you bought them all today. How would they do.

2. All of the companies in the top 25 minus those small caps with a Piotroski score less then 6.

2. Group's 2 and 3 (the list of 100 companies), I want to break them down like we did previously:
a. large caps
b. small caps
c. small caps by Piotroski score
d. small caps by score > 6 that are analyst covered
e. small caps by score > 6 that are not covered

I will continue to keep track of the YTD results of the companies like I had in previous posts, but this will give us some better information.

I will post results once a month or so if people are interested.

Brad

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