Thank you members for your vigilance in pointing out irrelevant threads/posts. As this is becoming a frequent issue, we thought of including this formally in Forum Guidelines.
Please refrain from putting up irrelevant posts that hampers the discussion flow and debases the overall quality of discussions. Thank you for your vigilance - your continued vigilance will ensure ValuePickr can remain largely a self-moderated high-quality community.
We are exploring the possibility of including a “Like/Dislike” functionalitywith the upcoming release (actually planned for later). The direct feedback from the community should work better in setting standards.
Ps: Example of a post catching the "ire’ of fellow members in a probing discussion on the recent debacle in CEBBCO discussion thread. There were several other instances which have been deleted which are seemingly irrelevant or refers to a technical calls minus any depth or reference to fundamentals.
Posted byAdministratorat Monday 20:03
Re: Low Quality/Irrelevant Posts
Thanks TCX and Hemant Bhatia for your vigilance and pointing out low-quality irrelevant posts. As ValuePickr attracts more new members - one of the main reasons cited - is the high quality of discussions. Its our responsibility to keep up that reputation.
Infact Mr Vivek Bhauka has been warned before from starting irrelevant low quality threads - many such threads have been deleted, after he ignored repeated polite reminders from fellow members. Forum guidelines will be updated with a request to members to refrain from/be vigilant against “Irrelevant Low-Quality” posts.
The “Like/Dislike” functionality was planned for a subsequent Release. We will explore if that can be included in the upcoming release.
Previously TCX wrote:
Please refrain from cluttering up discussion space with irrelevant/unnecessarytwo-liners.
Your two-liners are often irrelevant and franklyirritating! Please respect the quality of discussion at ValuePickr. Please do not debase it.
@Donald/Administrator - Please consider including Like/Dislike buttons as possible. highly recommend a “Dislike” button - that will come in handy for irrelevant/low-quality posts like these, and also educate Mr Bhauka with direct feedback from the community.
Previously Vivek Bhauka wrote:
this was coming…had said to stay away from such mid caps…no use to trade in them when reliance is there
Earlier instances of low-quality/irrelevant posts by same member (these have been deleted)
A bland 2-3 lines - "what do you think of ABCD at current levels…solid management…can be a multibagger ", or “ABCD great buy at 63-65-limited downside-good chance 15-30% upside” " If you do not understand the business…don’t worry…play technicals…that’swhy its called a market " are not the kind of discussion we want to encourage at ValuePickr.