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Hi KT, RE: Frequency of AIM activity.........

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OldAIMGuy Member Level  Wednesday, 08/24/16 12:36:26 PM
Re: Ktaylor966 post# 327
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Hi KT, RE: Frequency of AIM activity.........

Some people only do their calcs once a month. Some more frequently.

Another method that TooFuzzy mentions is to "pre-calculate" the next buy and sell prices and jot those down. Then you can set alarms for those prices and know when AIM needs some activity.

When your price target hits, make your trade and record the trade info in your AIM spreadsheet. Then you calculate your new "next" target prices for buying and selling. Repeat.

That way if a price target hits before a month goes by you don't miss that trade. Several of us delay sequential buys by thirty days. In other words, if you update your AIM engines at the end of each month, but you bought on the 15th, you would ignore any further buy signals until at least the 15th of the next month. That helps to keep from burning through your cash reserve too quickly.

Personally I sell pretty much every time AIM suggests no matter how often the signals come. (I do limit selling if I feel the cash is getting too fat) Buying generally I limit to once in 30 days.

Best regards,
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