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When I first started poking around on the boards, I looked for boards pertaining to some of the stocks I currently own. Found some, not all, and figured that the ones that weren't "popular" simply didn't have boards discussing them.

However, the other day when I was messing around with my portfolio, I discovered that there actually is a board for every stock that I own - they're just not listed on the Stocks A-Z list. Why is that?

(If anyone else is interested, I "found" these boards by clicking the "msgs" link in the "more information" column of my TMF portfolio.)

The reason I ask is that if other investors, like me, can't find them, it's logical to assume there won't be much discussion about them.

Just wondering...

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