Looking at a list like this (that includes some notable names like $RIMM, $YHOO, $JNPR) I’m thinking:
Do stocks at the bottom 10 perform better over time or if stocks in the top 10 perform better over time?
Here’s a look at the top 10:
Guess we’ll have to revisit these guys in the next quarter to see how they’re doing. And we’ll definitely have to run some tests.