StockPricePredictor, LLC Launches Desktop Patent Alerting Software

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StockPricePredictor, LLC launches desktop patent alerting software. This software automatically searches the USPTO patent database for new patents meeting your criteria, and notifies you when such new patents exist, and downloads and displays the patents for you., LLC launches PatentWatcher, its new desktop patent alerting software, downloadable from the web site.

"This simple to use software allows a user to automate the periodic searching for newly issued United States patents and newly published United States patent applications. It also has some nifty features including a one click to download the text of all patents retrieved by a search. For example, PatentWatcher can search the USPTO patent and application databases, hourly, daily, or weekly, by assignee, inventor, or other commonly searched fields. Its in-program instructions make it a snap to use out of the box. This software, sold for a one time fee, is a less expensive alternative to the periodic charges required for ASP model patent alerting services. We expect this software to be most useful for executives, investment analysts, and patent counsel monitoring corporate patent portfolios," said Martin Goffman, CEO of, LLC.

The Automated Patent Valuation service and the Automated Published Patent Application Valuation service are also available at These automated services allow a user to select published patent application or issued patent, and then instantly obtain valuation reports. Each report provides the nominal size of the patent protected market or the patent application's provisionally protected market and a valuation of the patent or patent application. This service can be used to objectively and rapidly value individual patents and patent applications or corporate patent portfolios including large numbers of patent and patent applications.

StockPricePredictor's Automated Patent Valuation service is protected by pending patents naming as inventors company founders Richard Neifeld, a Ph.D. physicist and Patent Attorney, and Martin Goffman, a Ph.D. chemist and patent information specialist.

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