(PRWEB) November 15, 2004
Ever since the 1637 ÂTulip BubbleÂ left many Dutchmen with pollen on their faces, speculators, mathematicians and average investors have sought a Âmagic bulletÂ Â a system or formula to accurately predict the ups and downs of the stock, bond and commodities markets. To date, the magic bullet has remained elusive.
But Ronny Skog of http://trend-chart.com/ is so confident in the forecasting power of his new algorithm, he is letting his first 500 website subscribers sample the benefits for free. The 34-year-old former law enforcement official claims that if investors had followed his recommendations for NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock since 1999, they would have earned as much as $389,000 on a $100,000 investment.
ÂAlthough the algorithm will remain my secret, the buy and sell signals sent to subscribers are based on the formula,Â says Skog, a native of Oslo. ÂIt analyzes a wide range of economic data, as well as price/volume statistics to predict significant long-term and medium term movements, not short-term blips.Â
Whenever the algorithm spots a significant market trend, subscribers receive an e-mail with a password to the siteÂs membership section. There, investors are given either a Long alert (buy), Short alert (sell short) or Cash alert Â liquidate long and short positions, and stay out of the market until a new signal is generated.
ÂAs of 5 November 2004, my market timing formula is giving positive readings and indicating a new uptrend, for the first time in eight months. As investors, this is what we've been waiting for. My advice is to maintain a bullish posture. And, if you haven't moved to a fully invested position, it isn't too late,Â says Skog.
Skog suggests investors trade QQQ (the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock) or the S&P 500 index (SPY).
ÂIÂve invested my own money with this system for some time, and IÂm certain that others will also profit from it,Â says Skog. ÂDespite my success, itÂs still important that people invest only as much money as they can afford to lose. There can never be absolute guarantees in the stock market.Â
For more information, visit http://www.trend-chart.com, or contact Ronny Skog at (+47) 920 81 656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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