This Discussion Board, such that it might be, is overseen by the Benevolent Monks of the Woeful Countenance and exists only due to the kindness, sponsorship and goodwill of the Motley Fool. We thank them.
As part of this board’s profile we much prefer to operate under the radar - so to speak. While we have no actual rules that anyone can remember, either stringent or non-stringent in their specificity and/or intensity, we nonetheless prefer that post recommendations be held to a minimum. Why? Well…thats simple: Post recommendations draw attention - attention draws people. People who might be under the entirely bizarre illusion that we Benevolent Monks of the Woeful Countenance have a single clue about investing. We don’t - and you would do much better in your own investing by watching re-runs of Ed the Talking Horse. (This has been verified and back-tested)
Lately there have been a Plethora of Post recommendations:
This board simply cannot continue to operate with the sort of Focused Humble Humility (FHH) demanded of the Benevolent Monks of the Woeful Countenance if people go around wantonly recommending posts. This wanton recommending of board posts must be systematically structured to reduce board exposure. So…
In a meeting of the Benevolent Monks of the Woeful Countenance it was suggested, and approved by a anonyomous unanimous super secret vote - that future board posts would be handled in this manner:
Should anything posted on this board be deemed worthy of a post recommendation (Hardly believable at best) the Fool member making the recommendation must follow this procedure:
A) Proceed to the Pancakes for Breakfast Board and place your recommendation on the third post down from the top.
B) In the event that the Pancakes for Breakfast Board is removed from active service - then proceed to Dreamers or Ears Boards, respectively, and look for the latest post by HerculesGhost. Skip that one and then focus on the fifth post below that post for recommendation purposes.
C) Just forget the whole post recommending thing and enjoy life.
We Benevolent Monks of the Woeful Countenance wish you a very nice day and remind you that sometimes the Monks may be in Chanting Practice (CP) and unable to respond in a timely manner.
All the Best,