(PRWEB) January 22, 2004
In its article, ÂGreater Tool Theory: Trade-Ideas Flags Gaining Stocks While GTT Tradelog Keeps Track of Your GainsÂ, BarronÂs describes Trade-Ideas as providing a wealth of information to the frequent trader and urges readers to visit the site at http://www.trade-ideas.com.
The article draws the distinction between common, one-dimensional alerts such as, Âalert me when DELL hits a 6-month highÂ found at many sites versus the multi-dimensional, situation-based alerts that turn Trade-Ideas subscribers into Âefficient trading predatorsÂ. BarronÂs further emphasizes key features of the web-based application, namely:
1. Scan stocks, indices, and futures of the US markets or against a list of stocks from a portfolio or watch list
2. Select from a number of pre-defined alerts available on the site or from one of your own choosing
3. Screen stocks using historical data at http://www.trade-ideas.com/StockInfo
4. Link Trade-Ideas with numerous other trading tools such as direct-access brokerage programs, including RushTrade, A.B.Watley, CyberTrader, RealTick, and REDI or other web-based information sites such as Yahoo, Big Charts, StreetSite or Knobias.
Barron's is America's premier financial weekly, the most sophisticated consumer magazine of its type with a weekly circulation of 290,553 (ABC January - June 2003). Its readership encompasses corporate decision-makers, institutional investors, individual investors and financial professionals. Barron's delivers "News Before the Market Knows,"Â® providing readers with an accurate understanding of what happened on Wall Street and Main Street in the markets last week, coupled with insights into what's likely to happen in the week ahead. Each issue provides a unique backward-glancing recap and forward-looking perspective on trading, companies and the economy, and arms self-reliant readers to anticipate market events rather than be overtaken by them.
BarronÂs Web Site is http://barrons.com
Trade-Ideas alerts its customers to trade opportunities in real-time in order to profit from ideal situations of their own design. As a configurable decision-support tool, it tailors itself to fit specific trading or risk management strategies.
Recent reviews from The Street.com, HedgeWorld, Active Trader, Stock & Commodities magazine (http://www.traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/Archive/112003/Websites/Websites.html), stock newletters (http://www.woodingtrading.com/trade-ideas.html), and leading brokers describe the service as an accurate, discriminating alert provider that is flexible, simple to deploy, and easy to use. A free trial is offered for 7 days, cancelable at any time, and available after registering with Pay Pal. For product and subscription information visit: http://www.trade-ideas.com/CreateAccount.php
Copyright Â© 2003-2004 Trade Ideas, LLC. All Rights Reserved.