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Computerized Investing > September/October 2007

Messages: What Members Are Asking On-Line

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by CI Staff

Comparing CAN SLIM to a Fund

In the Messages column of the July/August 2007 issue of CI, a reader commented on the use of hypothetical backtesting results of a company using the CAN SLIM approach to manage money. If you wish to compare a mutual fund utilizing real money instead of hypothetical dollars, which uses the CAN SLIM approach, then a look at the CAN SLIM Select Growth fund (CSSGX) may be worthwhile.

According to the Web site of Duncan-Hurst Capital Management, the fund advisor, here is the fund’s objective: “The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation and will invest primarily in common stocks of all sizes exhibiting accelerated earnings growth, market leadership, and other characteristics consistent with the CAN SLIM Se

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