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Hi Conrad,

I would agree that this will stop you from buying in on the new buy-signal but the methods appears to be more of a "fudging-approach" rather than anything else. One might as wel simply use the original method and ignore the residue Buy-signal and only buy if the stock price has dropped and then implement the buy as advised, with again ignoring the residue buy-signal.


I should maybe clarify that I had this idea not because of the "flaw" but because I found that the buy's were to closely spaced. I wanted a bit more "price difference" between buy points. And that is exactly what it does.


Best,
Rien
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