It seems that @TheCheetah thinks there is only one good way to beat the market, his own.
I think on the contrary that there is a multitude of way and that it is a very good thing..
This brings diversification to investors and possibly inspiration to traders.
As for La's rating, I think everything has already been said, and it seems that I'm not the only one to think that the interest of La's rating depends on the strategy.
By cons, I think it is true that a majority of bad strategies have a bad rating of La.
Which does not mean that all low La strategies are bad.
Just like, not all high La strategies are good.
Anyway, as you both said, let time give its verdict.
See you in 5 years to see what became PUZ and other low La strategies.
I trust my strategies, but if they failed, I'm sure it would not have anything to do with La's rating.
IMHO, the reason would be more likely that the market conditions would have changed and that I would not have been able to adapt to it, like any strategy, low La or not.