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ok....so in a good scenario.....I would put in a stop order at say...9.10....assuming that is the current bid (or lower) and as the day wheres on, if it keeps going up I keep adjusting the stop up...9.25....9.50....etc.......and if, at the end of the day there is a sell off at 9.50, then I would be likely to come out ahead as opposed to if I just sat out the day and tried to get out at the last minute at a much lower price......right? sort of??

Mike
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