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    I went back in POTY history to see the winning percents. It was relatively difficult to find the final results. So here is my attempt. The average of the results I found was 144.91%. Since short positions can gain a maximum of 100%, it was better to go long, at least since 2009.

    (Does anyone know how to insert an excel spreadsheet into a reply?)

    POTY winner stock percent
    2018 Billyjoe SHLDQ 89.49
    2018 Vixt RIOT 89.02
    2018 Jiesen GBYC 74.53
    2017 Tiedyed1 AVEO 350
    2017 Blindsquirrel IPGP 86.22
    2017 Karel. NVDA 77.23
    2016 Mimo_100 415.45
    2016 MrMarket 191.35
    2016 Vixtt 122.47
    2015 MrMarket 56.67
    2015 Tiedyed1 42.86
    2015 Riverbabe 41.09
    2014 Riverbabe 58.35
    2014 Jiesen 44.39
    2014 Iceman 12.01
    2013 Phoenix 119.00 LOUETTA SCOREKEEPER
    2013 Louetta 111.00 LOUETTA SCOREKEEPER
    2013 NCCoach 77.00 LOUETTA SCOREKEEPER
    2013 JohnHenry 77.00
    2010 Rob ZIXI 127.13
    2010 Houstongo IMAX 113.79
    2010 Peanuts MMG 95.30
    2009 mea 273.00
    2009 PeterHansen
    2009 Peanuts
    144.91 <==AVERAGE
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    Tim -Retired Problem Solver

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    I see a pattern there. When I keep score I do well.

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    Hey JohnHenry,

    What happens if your stock gets bought out or otherwise acquired by another company? Thanks.
    Tim -Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    Hey JohnHenry,

    What happens if your stock gets bought out or otherwise acquired by another company? Thanks.
    For JohnHenry please.
    Tim -Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    Hey JohnHenry,

    What happens if your stock gets bought out or otherwise acquired by another company? Thanks.
    Hi Mimo,


    I would think you get the price of the last trading day of that stock symbol. For example, if you picked ABC stock and XYZ stock purchased ABC. You get the last trading price of ABC before the merger because you picked ABC not XYZ.
    We can discuss more if you like for fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHenry View Post
    Hi Mimo,


    I would think you get the price of the last trading day of that stock symbol. For example, if you picked ABC stock and XYZ stock purchased ABC. You get the last trading price of ABC before the merger because you picked ABC not XYZ.
    We can discuss more if you like for fun.
    Thanks JohnHenry - I will be posting some discussion comments if and when this actually happens.
    Tim -Retired Problem Solver

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    John Henry, What if the takeover company offered Mimo's pick market closing price plus $1.50 per share? This often happens.

    -------------------billy

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