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Regarding selling a stock, in Portfolio A1 (which is strictly a mechanical system), it is either a drop below a rank threshold (here the 99.5 percentile) of a drop of 20% or more from the high during the holding period.(In my discretionary trading, I use a great deal of trailing stops to try to let my winners run.)Cheers,-Bill
I thought the point of “Lâ€™Osservatore Romano” was that it was to be a paper of recordand that the views which it expressed represented the “official stance” of the HolySee on the issues on which it prints a story. The content had some sort of imprimatur.It was not supposed to be like other newspapers where debates could be started or “balloons” floated to test opinion. Or has that role been given to Civilita Cattolica ?
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The architecture is breathtaking. Oddly enough the interior design choices are not as stunning, but that could be the owners picks not the architects. My fav right has to be the laundry room! One of those structures(architects) that took the view and took full advantage of all it's glory. Thanks for posting Laura, a thrill to see.
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Chthoniid,I presume youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re replying to Ben. (?)My own interest wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t with costings, but with the substance (or lack of it) behind policies and with bringing the background information direct to all – public, media and politicians, e.g. by filing public reports.One thought though – I suspect in most cases when Ã¢â‚¬Å“decisions have to be made fastÃ¢â‚¬Â, the underlying factor is well-known. ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a different scene to, say, different to trying to figure out what backs, etc., a particular education policy (or whatever).