How does everyone feel about the length of threads?
After a while, a long thread can take a long time to read through and becomes a bit unwieldy. I can see how they may look intimidating to a newcomer.
The question is, do we limit the length of threads? If we do limit the length, what number of posts is appropriate for a maximum length? 250? 500? 1000?
If we were to introduce a thread length limit I imagine it would work something like this: when the post limit on a thread was hit I would start a new thread along similar lines with an introduction that included a link to the old thread. The old thread would then be closed (so no new posts could be added) with the final post being a link to the new thread.
Of course, we could just leave all threads open forever. After all, there's no reason we can't start up multiple threads about a stock or several threads on different aspects of a particular stock.
Let me know your views!