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That depends.  With a Return-to-Normal Risk state, SmartStops is telling you that it can be a potentially safer time to buy. However, the purchase decision should include other factors besides the SmartStops to determine if you should enter. To learn more on that see this FAQ: 

Also, SmartStops also provides a How Much to Buy calculator so you can properly position size the number of shares to purchase for the risk factor to that equity.

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