They're in constant motion. It's a 24/7 cycle that filters the opportunities into the same 3 step tier that we've suggested folks use via the manual set up. Sure, there's a bit more going on beneath the surface that gets added to the pot, but the generics remain intact.
1) A list
2) B list (back burner)
3) Off the radar
Obviously a machine will do way more heavy lifting than any human could, thus the opportunity triggers will be significantly higher because it's filtering & grading hundreds of instruments every minute of the day. Even the live gambles will attract attention as & when they begin to exhaust according to the criteria & objectives primed at outset.
From a manual perspective, again we've suggested that might well be a session or round number level that slips or violates or perhaps an average day or weekly range percentage that becomes extended.
Frameworks & structures, if solid enough will stand up to close inspection regardless of how they're engineered.