Hotsignals.com Launch Free Training Academy

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Hotsignals.com has today launched a free training academy based on their US Equity strategy.

HotSignals.com Inc has today launched a free web based video training academy. The academy's initial offering centres around the current US equity trading strategy and allows existing or potential clients the ability to view the working system. The academy consists of six videos showing how the technology in action with step by step guides.

Sanjay Patel (Partner) goes on to say 'The launch of the academy is very exciting for us and our clients; part of our company culture is to keep things simple and not to over complicate. Trading the markets is very simple, note I say simple and not necessarily easy. Through the academy we aim to show and educate people how they can trade the markets using our technology.

Today we see us bringing a number of items to market: The six video set are great reference material for our existing clients to refer back to. Secondly, anyone with a web browser is able to see how our platform works before signing up. We show in detail how to use our Watchlist, Understanding the prediction signals. In addition we also show how to track your holdings and wrap up with a summary and best usage tips.'

For more information, current performance and to view the Academy videos, please visit http://www.hotsignals.com.

HotSignals.com is presently offering a free 30 day trial allowing private and corporate clients the opportunity to evaluate the system.

Note to Editors

Founded in 2004, HotSignals.com is a provider of technical indicators for those wishing to take long or short trading opportunities in the US equity markets. While the current offering is limited to US equities the product set will be broadened in early 2006 to include Options and Forex.

Enquiries:

HotSignals.com

Tel: +44.208.123.8092 (Europe)

Tel:+1.302.250.4460 (United States)

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