http://articles.moneycentral.msn.co...esting/StrategyLab/Rnd14/StratLabSummary.aspx I love to follow Strategy Lab where the money managers and newsletter writers are given $100,000 and then go on to embarass themselves. What amazes me is that no one ever talks about technical analysis. For example, Ken Kam reasoned that Grow was a great buy in the new year because all of the tax selling was done. However, if he checked a technical chart then he would have found that it had risen above the Bollinger Bands and was due for a correction to the 20 moving day average. He also never mentioned anything about seasonality, general market trends, or any other variables. (BTW, GROW should be a buy right now since it bounced up against the 20 day moving average that its been walking up and has not violated since the Summer of 2005) Is this how he operates his Marketocracy fund? He makes his trades based on simple reasoning and then executes with no technical charts or considerations? The CNBC Champ Ko has already violated his rules by swinging into trades when he clearly stated before that he would sit on the sidelines with his cash. Kelly Wright selected a bunch of stocks that he read about in Barron's. I hate to say it, but I think I can do a better job then these characters.