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PennyWise
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PennyWise
February 3, 2010 12:54 pm

AAII Performance Ratings for over 50 different stock strategies by various authors (newsletter and otherwise) and other criteria. Go to:
http://aaii.com/stockscreens/performance.cfm

While even a blind pig finds a truffle now and then, the best way to evaluate newsletters is their performance over time.

The AAII people take what the newsletter writers indicate are their criteria for picking stocks and compile the actual performace, based on close of business of the stocks as of Friday every week.

This is the only FREE site I know of which gives unbiased data since 1/1/98, year by year and cumulative. It also gives info on turnover percentage, etc. When compared to the indexes, some strategies are profound.

While I appreciate GREATLY what you are doing, I encourage you to also educate your reader about how to evaluate newsletters over time.

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hallie
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hallie
August 19, 2018 1:25 pm
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Any blind pig can find a truffle. Snoutless pig, not so well.
(yes, aware ‘snoutless’ was not a word. Is now …)