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We need to have the stock’s buy recommendation right when the stock is rated buy in VV system very first time(this list should not include after a sell or hold transitions). These stocks should be purged form this list after some time when they no longer remain the fresh recommendation, it could be a month or two months or any fixed criteria). That is when the maximum and good returns will follow. At present when we get the stocks in hot picks or overall best stock list they have already went through the early and max profit cycle snd we are either left with a risk of negative divergence or very little gains.
To be honest, VV has a huge list of stocks and I have never seen hot picks or best overall to give explosive gains except in 1 out of 100 stocks which is very improbable chance or luck for a normal or novice person thinking to trade.
This is a huge bottleneck in VV systems needing for an urgent look into this. VV was never profitable for me though I am using it for more than a year now. Thanks
VV should be able to inform the users when market bottom is reached with some reasonable accuracy. This is very important if a trader has to shop at the bottom to gain maximum possible profits. I am missing the bottoms last several times because VV does not give us any indication in market timing analysis or anywhere on the software. It was March 5, May 12 and many other times when market hit the bottom snd I kept watching it go having thought that bottom is yet to come.
Case: Today BSR is 0.2 but I do not think that bottom is there because price action or index correction is not even 5%.
If V V guides us on inter day or at the latest by 4 pm ET on market bottom predictability, we would be able to captured much bigger gains as aggressive traders rather than waiting for traditional signals like primary wave or DEW that takes the days resulting us a loss of substantial gains because we miss the best price and earliest possible entry into the trade.