Launches Cell Phone Commodities Alert Service

Share Article launches a website that alerts users on changes in commodities prices via text messages to their cellphones. is proud to announce the launch of its new alert service, which notifies clients via text message on their cell phones with the latest changes in commodities prices.

"If you missed the latest moves in the commodities markets because you were too busy, can help you," says Charlie Justman, Vice President of Marketing for "What's more, our service is free of charge."

Clients choose only the markets they want to track and the prices or percentage change of the commodity, and they are alerted as soon as it change occurs. is an excellent supplementary tool for today's highly mobile commodity trader. This unique free service will keep commodity traders close to the rapidly changing commodities market even when they are away from their screens by using the parameters of their trading strategy to set alerts on important price levels and volume changes.

"No matter where you are around the globe, allows you to utilize your mobile phone or PDA as a communication channel to receive your preset alerts in a manner that is convenient and functional," says Charlie Justman. is a proprietary invention that keeps traders connected to the market 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Using today's top communication channels, can update an investor via any wireless method. Fast and informative, it delivers alerts in text message email format, enhancing the investors' ability to trade commodities. covers all popular and not so popular commodities from gold to butter. The service also covers more than 300 quotes from all the major commodity exchanges including CBOT, NYMEX, NYBOT, COMEX, CME.

"Our top priority is that you get alerted in real time as soon as the markets move," says Charlie Justman. "When something happens, you will be able to react instantly."

All alerts are based on, up to the minute data and messages are sent with the fastest technology to user's cell phones. For more information, please visit

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