Response to you port
More is not always better. Sometimes less is more :-) So lets make more of the data and analysis that we have. I really really doubt that one techincal indicator is what is holding me back.
Data mining of techniques used vs market returns might be one line of investigation.
Sharescope engaged Phil Oakley to write prominent articles that gave good insight into funadmentals and analysis. So it would be good for you also. Maybe you publish already in which case please point me to them.
Some final thoughts... More webinars and tutored learning on the use of existing collection stats would be excellent. Whilst Ed is excellent it would be good to let others contribute in the front line as well.
There are highly credible, serious doubts about the integrity of some academics' published claims regarding the predictive value of various metrics. Many of these metrics are part of investing folklore.
Recently the study Replicating Anomolies by Kewei Hou, Chen Xue, and Lu Zhang, showed that most results are not replicable and so fail as scientific studies.
Not replicable more simply means investing with such strategies will fail to produce the results you expect.
It would be very useful to see the various metrics in common use be continually tested.