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I use it in a Mechanical way. I try to follow the rules on which to Buy and which to Sell when the indicators say so in an unemotional way. When a company pops up a a BI Buy, I tend 90% of the time to follow its advice and Buy it right away unless there is a really good reason not to (i.e. under investigation or under a buy out). Otherwise I simply follow the BI Rules to Buy and Sell. The Rules to Buy and Sell are listed in my starting post.

For example, several months ago it recommended to Buy Macy's (ticker: M). I thought, "really"? Why buy Macy's? All the retail stocks were getting hammered for the past few years and seem like they are going to continue to go no where anytime soon. But, I ignored the noise and bought it. Shortly after that time, it took off much higher and continues to go up. I guess that is the beauty of the system. It buys beet down stocks because they are way under valued.

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