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Subject: Re: Strength valuations Date: 6/16/2000 1:03 AM
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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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