On your first page you mentions
"To mimic the performance of this model, one would equally buy the current holdings, hence the suggestion to start with at least $10k ($1k each). I personally prefer to start when the model was rebalanced, even though if stocks have huge gains. If the model doesn't have a sell signal, it's very possible to continue appreciating in value. Since one might buy a stock during rebalance that is being held for a long time, one might be subject to losses if that stock declines when it's sold (while the ones that bought in the original buy signal might not experience that loss, because they bought way earlier)."
I Understand that, so what I am thinking is to start by buying the stocks when first recommended and slowly work up to the holding. So say I only buy XTC and GIL now and keep 80% in cash until the next change (sell/buy). IF XTC and GIL is not a sell but there are 2 other buys, then I would buy them and keep 60% in cash. This help mitigate the loss of buying an existing stock in the portfolio and having to sell it at a loss for me but a gain for anyone else who may have bought it earlier.
What is your opinion on this approach and what has your turnover experience been with the stocks in the portfolio?