Scoring for the S&P500 Weekly Comp

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 8:56am   #8
 
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Re: Scoring for the S&P500 Weekly Comp

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I'm happy with the scoring to stay as it is. But am always interested to see extra stats on accuracy, bias etc if you have the time.
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About same for me
I am getting the distinct feeling that people just want stats rather than scoring changes.

I can facilitate this relatively easily (counts, biases, other stuff).

The problem comes when I eventually want to hand this over to someone else to administer. Will this be too onerous or will people be happy to let this go?
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Old Jun 17, 2012, 9:46am   #9
 
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I am getting the distinct feeling that people just want stats rather than scoring changes.

I can facilitate this relatively easily (counts, biases, other stuff).

The problem comes when I eventually want to hand this over to someone else to administer. Will this be too onerous or will people be happy to let this go?

Yes I think it will be.

1. Why don't we stick to scoring as it is - must have
2. Add-ons - nice to have but not required

Anyone who is interested in the statistics can compile what ever they choose to and keep tabs or contribute to thread as they like.
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Old Jun 17, 2012, 4:24pm   #10
 
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Re: Scoring for the S&P500 Weekly Comp

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I am getting the distinct feeling that people just want stats rather than scoring changes.

I can facilitate this relatively easily (counts, biases, other stuff).

The problem comes when I eventually want to hand this over to someone else to administer. Will this be too onerous or will people be happy to let this go?

To be honest I think it falls on your shoulders. You make the call.
Also, when it comes time for you to step down as score keeperThe person who takes over will most likely ad their own little twists of flavor to the SPX Weekly margarita..
So we might as well keep the rules the same(nod to Pat)and then you can ad stats to your (and it seems most others) hearts content.
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