Is the Relative Strength that that Rule Breakers look for--90 or better--represented by the 3 month statistic (as opposed to the 6 mo. or 12 mo.)--listed on the MSN website? Or is there a Daily figure, say in Investors Bus. Daily?Or, does it pass the test if it recently (or ever, depending on the market) reached 90?Hi Byzon98,I think the preferred RS numbers come from Investor's Business Daily, but the 12-month numbers from MSN should work as well.A company should only be considered for RB status if its current RS is 90 or above.Good luck!orangeblood
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