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22. How often do I need to check Stop Buying The Bull?

Indicators don't change intraday, as the Stop Buying The Bull model looks for closing data when making calculations. It is recommended that you check indicators at least once a day or set up e-mail notification with holdings for which you wish to receive stock alerts. It depends on your faith in your e-mail account to deliver e-mail promptly.

  1. What type of analysis is Stop Buying The Bull based on?
  2. What is the investment objective for the Stop Buying The Bull model?
  3. Would Stop Buying The Bull have saved me from the adverse markets seen in 2001 or 2008?
  4. Can I make large profits using Stop Buying The Bull?
  5. Can I lose money using Stop Buying The Bull?
  6. Is Stop Buying The Bull day trading?
  7. Why don't brokerage firms offer something like Stop Buying The Bull?
  8. How accurate is Stop Buying The Bull?
  9. Does Stop Buying The Bull work for mutual funds?
  10. Are there commissions generated by any product listed on Stop Buying The Bull?
  11. Is Stop Buying The Bull difficult to use?
  12. Did Stop Buying The Bull identify any stocks going up in 2008?
  13. Is there anything Stop Buying The Bull can't protect me from?
  14. Why should I use Stop Buying The Bull before I place an order?
  15. How does Stop Buying The Bull give me an advantage over big money managers?
  16. What investments are evaluated by Stop Buying The Bull?
  17. Can Stop Buying The Bull help me with my asset allocations within my 401k or variable annuity?
  18. Can Stop Buying The Bull replace my need for a broker?
  19. Should I use anything else to make decision besides Stop Buying The Bull?
  20. How many portfolios can Stop Buying The Bull track?
  21. Can Stop Buying The Bull help identify money flowing from one sector to another?
  22. How often do I need to check Stop Buying The Bull?
  23. What should I expect realistically from using Stop Buying The Bull?