There is no way one of the losers that uses angie's list also invests in the stock market. It is almost mutually exclusive.
The hilarious thing is that most of the customers want to cancel, it's just angie's list is unethical and doesn't allow them to do it via phone or on-line, they need to send a letter, which I assume usually gets lost, at least until the next billing cycle. will be a great class action suit some day.
Being in the business, people who don't know anyone like a recommendation if they can go online and read comments and if they are well-to-do/can afford to pay the price, from painting to handyman to whatever. People are afraid to allow someone in their home without knowing something about them first, so usually an outdoor project comes first like pressure cleaning or painting or storm clean-up, adding a lanai etc. As long as ANGI continues national radio/TV advertising to keep the name out there, it will be a household word. I simply prefer a longer track record I can chart. Market is toppy, not at a bottom.