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Developments This Week And Friday’s Game Plan

As clients know, hard data is used to make both buy and sell decisions. Since many of the model’s inputs come from weekly charts, we check all our positions versus the hard data at the end of each week. Last week our two weakest positions printed scores of 74 and 79. A [...]
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