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Once an equity has been identified as being in an Elevated Risk state, SmartStops publishes “Return-to-Normal” risk profile prices for stocks and etfs on its Daily Risk Report. These prices are optimized for the next day’s market taking into account both macro and individual equity trends. This price point if triggered will generate an Instant Alert as well.    This signal represents what Smartstops has determined to be a “normal” (vs. “elevated”) behavior pattern for this individual equity and thus can be a potentially good time to reenter. However, SmartStops feels strongly that the buy decision process should not just be based off one signal.  It needs to be a factor in the decision-tree process but not the only one.  For more on that see this FAQ:

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