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  • I am using the Conservative SmartStops signals for my exits. If a Normal Risk Alert is signaled as the result of ending an aggressive period of elevated risk, does that effect my long term position?
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That depends.  If you took no action based on the previous aggressive Elevated Risk signal then you can ignore that signal. However, the Return-to-Normal Risk Alert signal can be viewed as good news because it indicates that some short-term weakness that might have caused your long-term position to decline temporarily has now ended.

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