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I'm sure someone has suggested this before, but how about a little consistency in presenting your model portfolios, specifically:
1. On January 5, 2000 the Rule Maker portfolio sold five Foolish Four stocks (see Jan 3, 2000 article Selling the Fool Four), yet the listing of Rule Maker stocks still shows General Motors, Chevron, Eastman Kodak and Exxon. What's up with that?
2. If you've decided to "purify" the Rule Maker portfolio by excluding Foolish Four stocks, why don't you do the same for the Rule Breaker portfolio? Doesn't the same reasoning apply? Does the right hand know what the left hand is doing?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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