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I, too, have been contemplating a combination of the RS
strategy and a YPEG. The multiplication of YPEG with
RS seems interesting; however, why can't you also just try
a "raw" approach of ranking the top 10 or 15 RS stocks
by YPEG and picking the top 5? Would that matter greatly?
I may track this before trying it out.
Also, might this (like the RS may appear) be better for
longer holding periods? And could you use LOW YPEGs to
weed out potentially underperforming stocks (or ones you think
have peaked) from the RS approach? Thanks in advance for
any input anyone may have.
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