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geov
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Sorry about that. 2021 contest universe is now public - 13 lists - 221 stocks.
https://www.portfolio123.com/app/universe/summary/251110?st=0&mt=7

Jan 5, 2021 1:36:34 PM       
Jim101
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

My simulation strategies were included in the list of 13 strategies, so I removed them. Sorry for any confusion.

Jim

If you torture the data long enough, it will confess to anything.

Jan 6, 2021 7:54:33 PM       
geov
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

2021 contest universe of all stocks: 1st week return 4.91% vs 1.97% for SPY.

Top20 return 9.62%.
https://www.portfolio123.com/port_summary.jsp?portid=1635282

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Jan 9, 2021 9:21:11 AM       
abwillingham
shock Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Here are my picks:
LFVN Lifevantage Corp


LFVN !

Jan 11, 2021 12:08:37 PM       
test_user
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Sorry about that. 2021 contest universe is now public - 13 lists - 221 stocks.
https://www.portfolio123.com/app/universe/summary/251110?st=0&mt=7


Thank you for making this public!

When I try to run the screen I get this error:
"ERROR: Invalid criteria in Rule 1. List '2021_geov' does not exist."

Any idea what the problem could be?

Jan 11, 2021 12:49:52 PM       
abwillingham
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

I can open the link but get this when I attempt to open the Ranking System:
"This page is not available at your current membership level."

Maybe that part is not public.

Jan 11, 2021 12:55:29 PM       
geov
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Contest 2021 - all stocks
1 month return = 13.0%
Benchmark SPY = 3.7%

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Feb 6, 2021 8:50:54 AM       
visankar
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

I get the same error. What might be the reason?

Feb 7, 2021 10:55:01 AM       
kumar
cool Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Sorry, I break the rule by including one more model on 11th Jan 2021. It is just based on fundamental nature very similar to NIO stocks it is muti bagger last year.
Let us watch, this Finding NIO strong fundmental model can hold for 1 year;

Note: I have chosen my picks based on purely fundamentals in 2017, 2019 and 2020; all these years those 20 stocks held 30% to 40% returns in all those past year.

Surprisingly the Finding NIO fundamentals performed 40%+ within a month. let us see how is going to perform till end of the year 2021.

(My model were winners in 2017 and 2020 and runner in 2019,
i have focused on Technical Analysis and Fidelity fundamentals on 2018 it returns around -10% percentage)

for 1 year holdings Fundamental Analysis winning over Technical Analysis based on my experience on 20 stock pick for last 5 years, including 2021.

believe, forum will accept my model for the fun competition 2021 without firing me. cool

Thanks,
Kumar

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Feb 13, 2021 12:21:31 AM       
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InspectorSector
Re: 2021 stock-picking contest

Sorry, I break the rule by including one more model on 11th Jan 2021.

First of all, I don't see your post on Jan 11th indicating that you were adding another entry. Second, the spirit of this contest is for investors to stick their necks out by committing to 20 stocks as of Dec 31st the previous year. You are violating trust by two means, three actually. (1) more than one 20 stock portfolio; (2) incorporating market timing (Jan 11th port); and (3) entering the contest retroactively. As an impartial observer (I have have no skin in the game) I am going to strongly suggest that you delete your previous post and go forth with the one portfolio that you chose at the start of the year. Otherwise, your previously excellent results will be tarnished permanently. I would hate to see you go down as another Pete Rose/Ben Johnson.

Ryan - congratulations on your early lead!

Feb 13, 2021 7:49:50 AM       
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