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rmpayne
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msg #66776
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8/28/2008 11:00:11 PM

Is there a way to define the exit as the upper or lower bollinger band AS OF THE DATE OF ENTRY?

The Bollinger Bands are adjusted/recalculated as the stock moves, thus the exit is always chasing a moving target. How can I avoid this?

Thanks!

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