HOUSTON (PRWEB) June 4, 2003
The Stock Trader News, a subscription-based, independent, unbiased weekly journal of stocks, companies, opportunities and issues, has opened its doors to non-subscribers in a kind of "open house" for the entire month of June.
The online publication, published every Monday, is subscription-based, but the subscription fee of $5 a week has been waived and a Username and Password to permit reader access is available on the front page at http://www.stocktradernews.com .
"The Stock Ttrader News is approaching its 2nd anniversary as a pioneering subscription-based publication," said Jack Burney, Editor in Chief. "Major improvements are in the works. We want more investors and traders to have a chance to see what the offer, and judge for themselves whether it's worth five bucks a week."
Subscription fees are the publication's only source of revenue, said Burney. "You can't buy a story in The Stock Trader News. We're are truly independent, free to report on the investing world with journalistic integrity."
"Bush Tax Cut's Already Working," the lead headline reads. The current issue, available gratis to the curious reader/investor during the open house, also covers the strange behavior of gold stocks and a reverse merger by a company with a hot new anti-vehicle-theft device.
The issue also explores the usefulness of Stop Orders in the "How To Invest" section, and the campaign to save the OTC Bulletin Board. The "Update" section tracks what's happened to the stocks of companies previously covered Â "16 Wins, 2 losses, and 2 Ties."
Visitors to the site can also read the first three of 20 weekly articles entitled, "The Truth About Options Â How To Turn $500 Into $50,000," which, all together, constitute a course for beginners in trading options. The series begins June 16.
To use the free subscription, all thru June, go to http://www.stocktradernews.com. That's the front page, always open to all and follow the instruction listed at the bottom of the page.
The June Username & Password appears on the front page for the use of any reader. That will change on July 1, when a new password will take effect, but readers can subscribe for $5 a week with a credit card via PayPal.