The Woodyard Report(TM) Beats S&P 500 By More Than 40%

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RD Woodyard, Inc. Report shows continual growth

RD Woodyard Inc. announced today that The Woodyard Report(tm) is showing a 3 year gain of 49.6% from September 28, 2001 through October 1, 2004 besting the S & P 500 which is showing a gain of 8.7% during that same period.

“We’re thrilled with the results,” says David Woodyard, founder and President of RD Woodyard Inc. “Our goal was to identify stocks that had long-term growth potential. With the release of these numbers it is evident that we are meeting those expectations.”

The Woodyard Report(TM) is the only weekly listing of stocks prepared using the exclusive StockSelector(TM) program. Developed by Woodyard, the StockSelector(TM) program retrieves thousands of pieces of data each week before identifying the companies it believes to have the greatest growth potential.

“We use very strict guidelines to generate our Performance Reports,” adds Woodyard. “Companies that are no longer traded due to mergers, buyouts, bankruptcies or other reasons are valued at the closing price on the last day traded. We do not factor in the possibility of further investments or interest accrued from cash on hand from the sale of those stocks.”

He notes that dividends from stocks listed in The Woodyard Report(TM) are also not included in the overall performance. “It’s possible that investors could be realizing even greater gains than what we have listed,” Woodyard says.

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

Previous Press Releases:

The Woodyard Report(TM) Tips Investors to Fiserv;Previous Listing Gains Over 500%. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/9/prweb154263.php

Weekly Report Consistently Outperforms S&P 500 Unique StockSelector(TM) Program Key to Identifying Undervalued Stocks

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/8/prweb150494.php

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