Customers pay a single one-time fee for full access to our site. And I'll still be there, along with subscribers, for our very popular 'trader chats'.
Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) September 17, 2007
OracleTrader 7.3, the latest release from GarsWorld.com (http://www.garsworld.com), further refines the unique balance of features, tools and support that is quickly making the stock analysis Web site the choice of savvy traders. Poised to break beyond being the clear choice of an informed few, GarsWorld.com is now ready to take a spot among the most well-known, reputable and successful stock advisory sites.
"While we've introduced improved functionality and responded to user requests, our most compelling features remain unchanged," said Gary "Gar" Crandall, creator of OracleTrader. "Customers pay a single one-time fee for full access to our site. And I'll still be there, along with subscribers, for our very popular 'trader chats'."
Those features set GarsWorld.com apart from the sometimes shadowy world of stock picking Web sites. Crandall has been careful to craft a site that never loses sight of its beginnings. Forced into poverty as the bursting tech bubble reduced his personal worth from over $5 million to zero, Crandall took up an extensive study in the market as a means to regain what he lost.
"In 1999, as part owner of a software development company, I sold my part in the business for $5 million, all of it in stock. But because of lockout restrictions, I was severely limited to specific stock selling periods," Crandall said. "As the 'tech bubble' burst, I went bust. The stock I took at $150/share was barely worth $15/share before I could sell. By the time I was allowed to unload the remainder of my stock, it was worth about $1; a $150-to-$1 price decline in less than six months."
But from the rubble, Crandall first had a question, and then a successful new venture.
"I had one burning question: How can a company be worth $150/share one day, be worth $1 only six months later? Could the stock market 'experts' be that wrong? To my shock, the answer was yes, they can be that wrong," Crandall said.
GarsWorld.com is the result. Combining diligent study of stocks with his experience as a computer programmer, Crandall authored a program to mimic his money-making stock picking system. He has been able to gather a circle of devotees and help others who have been victimized by less than scrupulous financial advisers and stock analysts.
Key to that is OracleTrader's novel approach, asking customers only to pay an upfront fee, with no ongoing subscription fees. User surveys show Crandall he's right to extend only advice to his customers each month, not an upturned palm. And if customers like the fee structure, they love the regular live trader chats. Crandall is there for each chat, offering clients advice, support and personal attention unparalleled in the industry.
Now OracleTrader 7.3 debuts, filled with exciting new features, a revamped interface, and video tutorials. The real-time "trading simulator" is a revelation. It allows users the chance to practice trades using real market data and play money. It's an excellent laboratory to perfect new investing strategies before debuting them on the Street.
For more information, visit: http://www.garsworld.com
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