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Way to go for the lack of EDIT button LOL.

Quite a few typos in my post above, sorry.

But one more thing:

A smart stop loss is based on calculating the standard volatility of a ticker and is therefore placed just outside those boundaries. I assume this may work well for traditional stocks, but I bet it would be just as bad for growth stocks as a regular stop--and maybe worse.
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