Eliminate VST<1 as the stop for the MLP + VST Trading Plan, presented at the Two-Day Retirement Seminar, October, 2015
Ever had a stock drop 28% and the VST goes from 1.01 to 1.03? The whole time you feel like an idiot as you wait for the VST to go below 1.00 to stop you out. Why does the VST go up? It almost seems to me that, in some cases, the VectorVest EPS projection, affecting the 'value' of the stock or the RV, causes RV (percentage-wise) to rise faster than the RT declines, as your stock plummets in price. If anyone would like a case study, or two, or three, exhibiting this phenomenon, by all means feel free to ask. I continue to reach out for an explanation from anyone at VectorVest. Hey, for all I know, the issue is common knowledge, addressed elsewhere on numerous occasions. Believe me, if there's anyone out there could steer me to the simple explanation, which I may have carelessly missed, it'd be a huge favor.