Dbeanman
Hi, 

You purchased MU on 4/18 for 27.14 and sold it on 5/10 for 29.32 nearly at the high gaining 8% profit. 


On 4/21 you sent out an email alert : EXIT  MU   MICRON TECH   if it is going to Close below your Buy Price, or $27.14.

 It did close below 27.14 on more then 1 day. It actually reached as low as 26.37. Why didn't sell here? 


PS.
Would it be possible for you to include your stop loss prices with your alerts? 



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AbovetheGreenLine
Thank you for writing.

On the Apr 24th email before the Close we sent out:

"We will Lower the Sell Stop Loss on  MU   MICRON TECH   to $26.36, as the Relative Strength is still 98."

This was also updated on the real time Portfolio Page. This kept us from selling a Leading
Stock on a flush out. All emails are stored on the site under Buy & Sell Signals.

Please follow the Portfolio or Open Positions Page during the day for all updated Sell Stop Losses.

Good trading, and tell your friends!
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Dbeanman
Thanks for getting back to me on this and clarifying [smile] 

Is there a good strategy or things to look for to avoid these types of flushouts? And by flush out I assume you mean the market markers trying to shake off all the retail investors? 


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AbovetheGreenLine
If you stick with Buying very High Relative Strength on pull-backs, you will soon see that most LOVE the Investment, and will Buy on Dip.

But be careful when a Strong Investment makes a Lower High!  Can be a FAILURE (no more Buyers left)...

Investments will normally TELL YOU when to Sell (Double Top, or Lower High).

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Good trading, and tell your friends!
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AbovetheGreenLine
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Please reply below if you have any questions
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