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Computerized Investing > September/October 2008

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by CI Staff

In your article “Trading Rule #1 Stocks” [July/August 2008 Computerized Investing Feature], you wrote that “Town trades in and out of these [Rule #1] companies until either the stock price reaches its fair value or the underlying fundamentals change to the point that the company is no longer wonderful.” Would you please elaborate on that behavior?


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