You are correct, sir!
A HIGH as possible SFI is the best--in years of peak sunspots it CAN be as high as 200 or even over 250+ Those are HUGE and fun SFI ##'s.
Low A & K are good because they represent bad solar winds and Earth geomagnetic storms. High A & K are bad.
Heaven: FSI = 275, A=2, K=2.....good times.
Sadly, our current sunspot numbers and flux......SUCK.
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