MarketVolume.com Clients Made Money in the Market Last Week: Trade Indicators Based on Real-Time Market Volume Helped Investors on February 27

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MarketVolume.com, the single source of real-time advance-and-decline trade volume indicators for all U.S. equity markets, announced today that MarketVolume.com clients following its daily recommendations have successfully avoided loss, and even made money, during the market downturn last Tuesday and days following.

We are currently in a 'delayed volume reaction,'

    Beginning January 16, MarketVolume.com had indicated to clients that the market for the mid-term (several weeks to several months) was overbought according to its patented equity index volume indicators. That signal had turned into a warning by February 2 and again on February 5, when the market was still at its high. Then, MarketVolume.com alerted clients: "We are currently in a 'delayed volume reaction,'" MarketVolume.com's commentary said on February 5, "but remain confident that the downtrend will start soon.....the attempt to catch the final few points of upside potential is not worth the risk."

In addition to daily market commentary, MarketVolume.com provides its subscribers daily indicators regarding long or cash and short positions in the equity index markets. Throughout February MarketVolume.com alerted clients not to remain long in any of the U.S. equity indexes, based on its patented equity market volume tabulations. Investors wanting to know when the mid-term reversal is about to begin on the upside should visit http://www.marketvolume.com. A risk-free trial is available.

MarketVolume.com's clients not only rescued their portfolios from decimation, but enjoyed profits during the market downtrend, as much as 40% in leveraged accounts, according to Victor Kalitkowski, technology manager at the company.

For the year, all indexes are down, the Dow Jones at over - 2%, yet MarketVolume.com clients following its indicators were ahead through the market storm of the week of February 26: By following MarketVolume.com indicators, even without shorting and leveraging, MarketVolume.com clients would have been in cash on February 27, and for the year would have returns of 2.58% for the S&P 500 (versus -1.61% should they have been in the index since January 2), 3.47% for the Dow Jones (versus -2.05%), and 2.31% for the Nasdaq 100 (versus -.79%). These percentage tabulations are verified by http://www.TimerTrac.com, an independent, third-party benchmarker of active asset management strategies.

"We can talk about the Chinese market's effects, interest rates, currencies, and a host of other economic factors, but the simple truth is that equity market volume, once it reaches certain thresholds, already demonstrates that the market will reverse," said Vlad Korzinin, CEO and President of MarketVolume.com. "For our mid-term strategy, we have seen this, and alerted our clients to it. A few weeks before February 27, we confirmed it even more solidly, and our clients are happy we did."

By accessing volume and tabulating it according to advances and declines across all indexes every 60 seconds, then comparing it to historical principles of volume behavior, MarketVolume.com demonstrates that all price movements - in either direction -- are preceded by high market volume activity. This has provided traders with a powerful means of reading the market's sentiment in a timely and productive way. MarketVolume.com also provides its technology on a custom basis to asset managers that create baskets of securities for program trading.

About MarketVolume.com

Nearly a decade in development, MarketVolume.com is the single source for real-time market volume data presented in conjunction with volume advances and declines of any index or basket of securities over any number of time horizons. Its real-time measurement of volume surges in all major indexes -- when combined with its modulation technology and comprehensive, instantly accessed library of historical volume activity -- provides individual traders, institutional traders and hedge funds and managed-account businesses with extraordinarily quick and accurate views of market sentiment and direction that are historically demonstrable. MarketVolume.com is not a money manager nor trades for clients. For more information, visit http://www.marketvolume.com.

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