It will likely remain on the list, but if it continues to slow in it's rate of growth, it will probably be replaced within a couple of quarters.
PSMT is one of the early additions to the list, before I was looking for consistent 5 year growth, and it shows here. It went through a phase of high growth after losing money for several quarters. It has since reverted to negative growth, although earnings are still positive. This is unlikely to make the next cut.
The only stock to report positive growth this quarter was SNX, which hit an all time high this year. Growth has been pretty consistent over the last 5 years, although slowing in recent quarters, but still positive. This has made the IBD 100 in recent months, so it is already considered by them to be a leader.
I had planned over the holiday break to get these charts in a more readable shape, but other projects took precedence. I'm going to have to put this on the front burner soon, because it is really turning out to be a useful tool.