Dave Schwartz & Derek Simon discuss creative ways to use or modify speed ratings.
"Derek tells Dave that he is wrong about things, and the other usual shenanigans."
- Is using Average Daily Variants a good idea? (Derek & Dave actually agree!)
- What are the most predictive speed ratings?
- How does one use "recently claimed" as a factor?
- The Maiden Penalty speed adjustment
- What happens if you use 4 lengths as margin for a tie?
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About Derek Simon:
I love numbers and analysis and have been able to parlay that into an exciting career writing about two of my greatest passions business and sports.
In addition to working as a freelance financial writer for Newsmax, The Motley Fool, Investopedia/Forbes, Beacon Equity Research and Investor Concepts (among others), I was also the editor of Small Cap Insider, a monthly newsletter highlighting investment opportunities in the small cap sector.
Currently, I am the editorial director for US Racing where I contribute written, audio and video content and oversee a team of talented and passionate writers.
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