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Just one more item, if you leave out the
first critera and have no mkt. cap. restrictions
(something I am slightly against)
you have some pretty amazing results from the Zacks
screen, but not quite as much from the MI/VL side.

Year  CAGR                    $10,000 start port.
2000 44% 14,400
2001 168% 38,592
2002 75% 67,536
2003 154% 171,541
2004 147% 425,423
2005 60% 680,676
2006 23% 837,232
2007 147% 2,067,963
ytd 27% 2,621,864

Over that time period, that works out to a CAGR of 93%
with a max drawdown of -21% (the S&P had a drawdown of -45%)

Note: will be in North Carolina for 10 days playing golf,
so will not be able (or inclined, depending on my score)
to answer any questions.
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