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This is a general question with Rulebreakers (I only associate your name [Tinker] with them because of your TMFBreaker...).

How do you decide to buy more shares in a stock if you don't have a 'fair value' on the stock? I really like the RB methodology but I am just very skeptical of buying a company without concerns of valuation.

How do you limit your risk without having a stop in place? I only assume you have no stop in place because you are buying the companies for the longer term.

Regards,
FutureHFGuy

P.S.--The only reason I am posting these RB questions on this board is because they aren't responded to at the RB site.
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