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Kapitall Strategies: Trading the Short Term Rebound (5 Days)

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Tue, 2 Aug 2011

Strategy: If a stock is down more than 3% since yesterday’s close, buy it, and sell it on the close 5 trading sessions later. But which stocks seeing losses today might be good candidates for this strategy? To help you get ideas, we started with a universe of about 200 stocks that have declined by

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