BuildMWell Thank you for your response to my question. Your willingness to help me understand really motivates me to learn more! I did have one more question though. If a company you profitted from via the bmw method in the past, say MO or DUK, were to once again arrive at a -2RMS,(assuming nothing had really changed) would you be a little extra confident in its probability to perform well again? If so, would looking at a specific companies chart from the perspective of a past end date that denoted a -2RMS to see if indeeed it performed as it should, be one possible "screening technique"? I know that dd and screening already increases the chance that a specific stock would have worked well with the BMW method in the past but might actually checking it for "past performance" be a good idea? Your response is eagerly welcomed. Thanks! Hans Braun
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