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Yes. For a stock that has been in a prolonged downtrend, the Return-to-Normal Risk triggers often separate quite a bit from the previous closing price of the symbol, thus requiring significant move before it would trigger.  This assures a resumption of strength in an uptrend to signify the symbol has returned to a  more normal risk profile state.   The Return-to-Normal Risk Trigger can occur much quicker for a stock that has not experienced as much of a sustained price weakness.

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