Weekly Report Consistently Outperforms S&P 500

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RD Woodyard Inc. announced today that its weekly Woodyard Report (TM) has now outperformed the trailing 12-month S&P 500 week after week for more than a year.

Comparisons to the S&P 500 show how well The Woodyard Report(TM) has been performing. In the past year (7/11/03-7/09/04), the S&P 500 has gained 11.49% while The Woodyard Report(TM) is up 18.71%. A 3-Year to date comparison (9/28/01-7/09/04) shows the S&P 500 up 6.90% while The Woodyard Report(TM) has gained a staggering 44.78%.

"The results say it all," says David Woodyard, founder of RD Woodyard Inc. "We set out to produce a weekly report that would narrow the field from thousands of investment options to just a few that have the potential to grow at least 15% annually. Our success has been confirmed by the performance of the stocks we have listed."

The secret behind the success in the preparation of The Woodyard Report(TM) is in the utilization of the powerful StockSelector(TM) program developed by Woodyard. The life-long investor and self-professed "math geek" created this proprietary program by combining his passion for investing with his love for numbers. Each week the StockSelector(TM) program identifies a handful of undervalued stocks by gathering and analyzing more than a half a million financial data points.

"I was looking for a shortcut to identify the best investment options for my own portfolio," Woodyard says. "It became apparent that I had stumbled onto something big when I started to see the results- especially over the long term."

It was those results that prompted Woodyard's friends and associates to persuade him to make his weekly report available to others. In fact, it was Woodyard's personal CPA who became the first subscriber to The Woodyard Report(TM).

The Woodyard Report(TM) is a weekly newsletter available to individuals and businesses by subscription only. Further information can be found at http://www.rdwoodyard.com

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