StockRing Sees More Big Losses for Dow Jones and NASDAQ Stock Market Indexes

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StockRing research of USA and World Stock Markets currently estimates that Dow Jones and NASADAQ will suffer more big declines along with international stock market indexes in India and Russia. Average investor's portfolio will probably decline in the near future.

StockRing Research shows that Dow Jones and NASDAQ Stock Market Indexes most likely will suffer more big point losses in the near future. International stock market indexes will go through substantial declines as well. StockRing estimates high risk level for an average person stock and mutual fund portfolio and predicts more loses for investors. StockRing anticipates more trading days with over 100 point losses for Dow Jones and similar drops for NASDAQ and other foreign stock markets.

StockRing maintains a Blog: http://stockring2.blogspot.com where StockRing correctly predicted the Stock Market crash that happened in May-June 2006. This Blog is maintained by StockRing founder - Eric Katsov and reflects StockRing point of view on the American and World financial markets.

After observing many large Mutual Fund Families StockRing generated a report on June 9, 2006 that shows a big decline in value of mutual funds lately. For example, out of 187 Vanguard Mutual Funds StockRing only found 8 as attractive investments. Out of 540 Fidelity Mutual Funds StockRing only found 57 with “Buy” rating. Out of 33 Leg Mason Funds StockRing only found 2 as good options to buy. Such statistics shows that often less then 10% of mutual funds offered on the stock market are good investment options right now.

StockRing.com is a financial research company that designs search and risk evaluation engines for the stock market, as well as serves private clients and companies with investment advice about their holdings via Buy-Sell-Hold recommendations generated weekly via email status reports: http://www.stockring.com/sr/samples.asp.

StockRing.com personalized investment advice is offered to clients who manage their own portfolios of stocks and mutual funds including 401(k) and 403(b) plans. Each week subscribers receive a status report with Buy-Sell-Hold ratings assigned to all their holdings via email and also on StockRing web site that rates over 45,000 stocks and mutual funds traded in USA and Canada.

StockRing Premium service is specifically designed for clients who mostly invest into 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans offered by their employers. Today subscribers can submit to StockRing up to 50 mutual funds that their 401k allows them to invest in and receive weekly status reports with the best funds out of possible 50 to buy right now. Sample StockRing reports: http://www.stockring.com/sr/401k-reports.asp.

StockRing 401(k) services minimize the employee’s risk of losing money in mutual funds and actually increases employee’s investment returns through timely regular weekly reviews of client’s 401(k) current holdings and the rest of the available options offered through their 401(k) plans. StockRing is the only company that offers such extensive investment advice via 52 weekly reviews and email alerts per year for 401(k) and 403(b) customers. More on StockRing services: http://www.stockring.com/sr/services.asp.

StockRing currently rates 99% of all mutual funds available in USA including funds from Fidelity, T. Rowe Price, Vanguard, American Funds, American Century, Dodge Cox, Janus, Oppenheimer, Franklin, Artisan, Dreyfus, AIM, John Hancock, Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, Van Wagoner, Morgan Stanley, and many more.

In the past, Eric Katsov - software engineer, founder and president of StockRing.com, has been employed to design and maintain financial software applications for companies such as Price Waterhouse Coopers, Salomon Brothers, and IBM. For more information please visit StockRing.com.

More on StockRing: http://www.StockRing.com
Phone: 1-800-656-4210

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