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The premise (from the Bloomberg link) seems to be sell when there is a marked decline in new money flowing to the stock. I wonder if this theory when applied to CRA is skewed do to the follow on offering having adding an abnormal, one time, money flow to CRA. In any case it is a short term trader's tool. We've all heard what happens when you try to short term trade CRA. There are a lot of people very unhappy with expensive lessons learned waiting and trading this stock. These journalists aren't out in the treches like the shareholders.
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