Ellicott City, MD (PRWEB) April 6, 2004 -dollar returns, Stock Thing level-
headedly releases The STIMULATOR. This software simulates stock market behavior based on historical data, allowing investors to plot strategies for NYSE, NASDAQ, or AMEX stocks. No PhD required - The STIMULATOR is tuned and structured for the average investor, displaying strategies and results in easy-to-understand terms.
Unlike other programs of its kind, STIMULATOR does not hide mathematical algorithms on which Buy and Sell decisions are produced. In fact, what sets this product apart is the ability to cycle through tens of thousands of variations of core indicators (Moving Average, Relative Strength, MACD, ADX, etc.), over lengthy or short periods, for numerous or individual symbols, allowing non-professionals to discover which indicators are significant during particular periods. Simulation results are displayed in simple terms, such as: the number of positions producing gains vs. losses, the net gain (or loss) for a period, or the average return of a position.
Where other products raise signals on particular stocks (or small groupings of them), STIMULATOR evaluates thousands of stocks each day to find the best potential for profit. Identifying the best turnaround positions requires casting a wide net, and more importantly, knowing how those positions historically performed, is key.
STIMULATOR bases its simulations only on the amount of funds you can trade. Results are contingent on your starting investment, forcing you to "sell" positions in your "portfolio" before entering new ones. The STIMULATOR presents a living reflection of market trends and helps you to take advantage of mathematical and statistical similarities among stocks that have historically proven to be profitable.
The accompanying website (http://www.StockThing.com) features a discussion board allowing users to share their use of the tool, interpretations of simulation results, and best of all, how to understand what results indicate about future purchases.
STIMULATOR is not magic and does not promise instant triple-digit returns, but it is an excellent resource for arming yourself with knowledge and a deeper understanding of market behavior. The free download and introductory price of $35 USD is based on Stock ThingÂs desire to spread into a market niche currently absent of affordable alternatives to the thousand-dollar competition.
Stock Thing is privately held and was established in Maryland in 2004. For more information visit: http://www.StockThing.com.