The 20 Day Moving Average 

This will mark the 3rd time this year CEFL closed below the 20 Day Moving Average only to turn right around close above it. 

This risk u run for active management. U give up little upside. But one down trend that last more than few weeks and that active management will seem cheap expense. I stay the course.

Be at half risk when prices are moving down be all in when prices moving higher. Sometimes this process can take several days to play out. I just sold 500 shares yesterday now price moved higher and is printing above the 20’day Moving average so I might be putting that 500 shares back on into today’s close.

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