Intuitor™ Protective Portfolio Up 23% versus S&P in Last 13 Months

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Behavioral Economics-Based Predictive Technology Outperforming Volatile Markets Since 2006

"Today's pattern is eerily reminiscent of the dire situation in early 2009."

As of January 20, 2016, Intuitor Inc (a North Carolina corporation) announces that its corporate members’ ETF account has recorded a 1% growth, since December 15, 2015, outperforming the S&P 500 Index by 12%. Its real time simulation of the same portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500 by 23% since January 1, 2015.

Grant Renier, Chairman, says, “Intuitor™, our behavioral economics-based predictive system, continues to demonstrate outstanding performance in the investment markets by demonstrating that the simulation of human decision making is the key to the future of predictive analytics technology.”

Intuitor™’s underlying technology, called Intuitive Rationality™, integrates quantitative information with the subjective biases inherent in human decision-making. It develops an “intuitive” knowledge of the data that is carried forward to analyze new data without relying upon regression analysis and historical optimization. The technology is based in recent cognitive neuroscience literature which shows that key cognitive biases commonly distort analysis, decision-making and prediction.

In other applications of Intuitor™ proprietary technology, IntuitorSPORTS™ has beaten the spread more than 61% of the time and generated a 16.8% weekly return on wagering on NFL games for the 2015 season. IntuitorCOMMERCE™ has also predicted the outcome of the 2012 Presidential election with an 80% probability, 5 months before November.

IntuitorHEALTH™'s early work with in epilepsy predicted seizures 1 to 4 minutes before the events, an unprecedentedly long lead time which allows for more effective intervention.

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