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Pre-Market Stock Upgrades/Downgrades Sept 08, 2009

Analyst Upgrades:

  • Pike Electric  (NASDAQ:PIKE) upgraded to Buy from Hold at BB&T ; price target $15
  • General Electric (NYSE:GE) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan
  • LM Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) upgraded to Hold from Sell at Deutsche Securities
  • Allstate (NYSE:ALL) gets it price target raised to $44 from $40 at FBR Capital
  • Costco (NASDAQ:COST) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Jaffray
  • American States Water  Company (NYSE:AWR) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Brean Murray ; price target set at $42
  • QLogic (NASDAQ:QLGC) gets its price target raised at RBC to $19 from $17
  • FBR Capital is raising National Semiconductor’s (NYSE:NSM) price target to $17 from $13 ahead of earnings on September 10
  • Intercontinental Hotels Group (NYSE:IHG) upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse
  • Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Stifel Nicolaus ; price target raised to $39
  • Deutsche Bank  raises Lubrizol’s  (NYSE:LZ) price target to $75 from $65
  • McDermott  (NYSE:MDR) upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse ; price target is raised to $31 from $27
  • Cadbury Schweppes (NYSE:CBY) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Credit Suisse
  • Micron (NYSE:MU) upgraded to Buy from Neutral to UBS ; price target raised to $9 from $7.50
  • SW Energy  (NYSE:SWN) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Stifel Nicolaus ; price target raised to $56
  • Morgan Joseph recommends buying shares of AMGN, IMGN, and ISIS on the bases of having attractive valuations and key upcoming catalysts in the next 3-6 months
  • ThinkEquity raises Pharmasset’s (NASDAQ:VRUS) price target to $29 from $18
  • Goldman Sachs upgrades Red Hat (NYSE:RHT), and VmWare (NYSE:VMW) to Buy from Neutral
  • Pacer Intl (NASDAQ:PACR) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform ; price target is raised to $4 from $3
  • FBR Capital is raising XL Capital’s (NYSE:NSM) price target to $21 from $18
  • Panera Bread (NASDAQ:PNRA) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Bank of America/Merrill
  • Nice Systems (NASDAQ:NICE) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at UBS
  • Pharmasset (NASDAQ:VRUS) upgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Robert W. Baird ; price target is raised to $30 from $16
  • Cavium Networks (NASDAQ:CAVM) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Roth Capital ; price target is raised to $25 from $15
  • Broadcom (NASDAQ:BRCM) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Roth Capital ; price target is raised to $34 from $22
  • NetLogic (NASDAQ:NETL) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Roth Capital ; price target is raised to $50 from $40

Analyst Downgrades:

  • American Intl (NYSE:AIG) downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse ; price target lowered to $15 from $30
  • Lihir Gold (NASDAQ:LIHR) downgraded to Hold from Buy at RBS
  • PG&E (NYSE:PCG) gets its price target raised to $49 from $40 at Argus
  • Goldman Sachs downgrades BMC Software (NYSE:BMC), and Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC) to Neutral
  • Patni Computer Systems (NYSE:PTI) downgraded to Neutral from Positive at Susquehanna Financial
  • Goldman Sachs cuts Ameristar Casinos (NASDAQ:ASCA) and Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN) to Neutral from Buy
  • Shaw Group (NASDAQ:SHAW) downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Credit Suisse ; price target $33
  • Tenneco (NYSE:TEN) is removed from Americas Conviction Buy list at Goldman Sachs

Coverage Initiated:

  • Ryanair Holdings Plc (NASDAQ:RYAAY) initiated as an Hold at  Deutsche Securities
  • Plains Exploration (NYSE:PXP) initiated with a Buy at Global Hunter Securities ; price target $42.50
  • NuVasive (NASDAQ:NUVA) initiated with an Outperform at Cowen
  • Vantage Drilling (NYSE:VTG) initiated with an Outperform and price target of $2.25 at FBR Capital
  • Globe Specialty Metals (NYSE:GSM) initiated with a Buy at Jefferies & Co ; price target $10
  • Ocwen Financial Corp. (NYSE:OCN) started as an Outperform at Keefe Bruyette with a price target of $14
  • American Dental (NASDAQ:ADPI) started as an Outperform at  Robert W. Baird with a price target of $17

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September 8, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

China, HK shares up; cling to signs of govt support By Matthew Goldstein Of Reuters

China bank, property shares rally on signs of govt support

 * Vaccine-makers jump after govt order for H1N1 vaccine
 * China continues to push IPOs; approves CNCEC
  (Updates to midday)
 By Parvathy Ullatil & Claire Zhang
 HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Sept 7 (Reuters) - China stocks index
rose 1.6 percent on Monday after Chinese regulators eased inbound
investment rules but continued pushing initial public offerings
into the market.
 Hong Kong shares followed suit on hopes that the Chinese
government will continue to support its stock market while a
smaller-than-expected cut in U.S. jobs in August also encouraged
investors to return to risk-taking.
 China's foreign exchange regulator announced late on Friday
new draft rules governing investment quotas for the Qualified
Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII), raising the upward limit
for individual institutions to $1 billion from the existing $800
million. [ID:nPEK324660]
 Hong Kong shares jumped late on Friday after the announcement
to post their biggest single day gain in six weeks.
 But the new rules are expected to have only a limited impact
because total approved QFII quotas are worth only less than 1
percent of China's total stock market capitalisation.
 "The QFII news is part of measures by regulators to bolster
the stock market," said Fan Jianjun, head of securities research
unit of Development Research Centre of the State Council.
 "But it will only have more symbolic than real impact on the
market because QFIIs' capital base is really too small."
 IPOS STILL ON TRACK
 The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index .SSEC ended the
morning at 2,907.498 points after posting a slightly higher
weekly gain last week for the first time in five weeks.
 Gaining Shanghai A shares outpaced losers by 870 to 46, while
turnover edged down to 74 billion yuan ($11 billion) from a
moderate 84 billion yuan on Friday midday.
 China's biggest property conglomerate, China State
Construction Engineering Corp (601668.SS), rose 0.6 percent to
5.33 yuan after saying it had won an overseas contract worth $1.9
billion and a domestic contract worth 5.1 billion yuan ($747
million).
 Vaccine-makers outperformed, with Hualan Biological
(002007.SZ) jumping 10 percent to 45.03 yuan, after the
government on Friday ordered 7.3 million doses of vaccines for
the H1N1 strain of flu from domestic firms Sinovac Biotech
(SVA.A) and Hualan Biological. [ID:nPEK342918]
Analysts said that August economic data, mostly to be released
later this week, would indicate that China's recovery was still
on the right track, including improving exports.
 "Positive news slightly outweighs, suggesting the stock index
may continue a measured uptrend," said analyst Wen Lijun at
Nanjing Securities.
 In negative news, China's securities regulator said late on
Friday that it had approved China National Chemical Engineering
Co (CNCEC) for a stock IPO, dousing rumours it had put new
offerings on hold. [ID:nPEK329203]
 Metallurgical Corp of China (MCC), which is launching the
country's second-largest IPO this year worth as much as 19
billion yuan, will take institutional subscriptions on Tuesday
and retail subscriptions on Wednesday, draining funds from
existing stocks, analysts said.
 CHINA BANKS, PROPERTY GAIN
 By 0345 GMT the benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI was 1.4
percent higher at 20,603.58, extending Friday's strong gains.
 "To provide grounds for stronger investment confidence,
we expect China to soon table measures, such as industry
consolidation directives and market opening guidelines," said
Taifook Securities analyst Marco Mak.
 The China Enterprises Index .HSCE, which represents top
locally listed mainland Chinese stocks, was up 1.6 percent at
11,949.45.
 China Unicom (0762.HK) rose 1.1 percent to HK$10.86 after
Spain's Telefonica (TEF.MC) said on Sunday it had reached a deal
with China's No. 2 wireless operator whereby each would buy $1
billion worth of the other's shares as part of a strategic
alliance.
 The Spanish telecoms company said in a regulatory statement
that its stake in Unicom would rise to about 8.06 percent, while
Unicom would hold between 0.885 and 0.892 percent of Telefonica.
[ID:nL642015]
 Chinese bank and property stocks extended gains on Monday
after Beijing's move to hike the upper limit for stock
investments by foreign funds reassured investors the government
was unlikely to take drastic measures to stifle the rally in the
stock market.
 China Construction Bank (0939.HK), China's No.2 lender jumped
1.7 percent while property developer China Overseas Land
(0688.HK) advanced 4.8 percent.
 Broad Intelligence International Pharmaceutical Holdings
(1149.HK) soared 44 percent to HK$0.95 after it said it would buy
an integrated software, application and solutions provider in
China, for HK$1.3 billion, to diversify it business. Trading in
the shares resumed on Monday after staying suspended from Aug.
28.
 (Editing by Jacqueline Wong)

China bank, property shares rally on signs of govt support

 * Vaccine-makers jump after govt order for H1N1 vaccine
 * China continues to push IPOs; approves CNCEC
  (Updates to midday)
 By Parvathy Ullatil & Claire Zhang
 HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Sept 7 (Reuters) - China stocks index
rose 1.6 percent on Monday after Chinese regulators eased inbound
investment rules but continued pushing initial public offerings
into the market.
 Hong Kong shares followed suit on hopes that the Chinese
government will continue to support its stock market while a
smaller-than-expected cut in U.S. jobs in August also encouraged
investors to return to risk-taking.
 China's foreign exchange regulator announced late on Friday
new draft rules governing investment quotas for the Qualified
Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII), raising the upward limit
for individual institutions to $1 billion from the existing $800
million. [ID:nPEK324660]
 Hong Kong shares jumped late on Friday after the announcement
to post their biggest single day gain in six weeks.
 But the new rules are expected to have only a limited impact
because total approved QFII quotas are worth only less than 1
percent of China's total stock market capitalisation.
 "The QFII news is part of measures by regulators to bolster
the stock market," said Fan Jianjun, head of securities research
unit of Development Research Centre of the State Council.
 "But it will only have more symbolic than real impact on the
market because QFIIs' capital base is really too small."
 IPOS STILL ON TRACK
 The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index .SSEC ended the
morning at 2,907.498 points after posting a slightly higher
weekly gain last week for the first time in five weeks.
 Gaining Shanghai A shares outpaced losers by 870 to 46, while
turnover edged down to 74 billion yuan ($11 billion) from a
moderate 84 billion yuan on Friday midday.
 China's biggest property conglomerate, China State
Construction Engineering Corp (601668.SS), rose 0.6 percent to
5.33 yuan after saying it had won an overseas contract worth $1.9
billion and a domestic contract worth 5.1 billion yuan ($747
million).
 Vaccine-makers outperformed, with Hualan Biological
(002007.SZ) jumping 10 percent to 45.03 yuan, after the
government on Friday ordered 7.3 million doses of vaccines for
the H1N1 strain of flu from domestic firms Sinovac Biotech
(SVA.A) and Hualan Biological. [ID:nPEK342918]
Analysts said that August economic data, mostly to be released
later this week, would indicate that China's recovery was still
on the right track, including improving exports.
 "Positive news slightly outweighs, suggesting the stock index
may continue a measured uptrend," said analyst Wen Lijun at
Nanjing Securities.
 In negative news, China's securities regulator said late on
Friday that it had approved China National Chemical Engineering
Co (CNCEC) for a stock IPO, dousing rumours it had put new
offerings on hold. [ID:nPEK329203]
 Metallurgical Corp of China (MCC), which is launching the
country's second-largest IPO this year worth as much as 19
billion yuan, will take institutional subscriptions on Tuesday
and retail subscriptions on Wednesday, draining funds from
existing stocks, analysts said.
 CHINA BANKS, PROPERTY GAIN
 By 0345 GMT the benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI was 1.4
percent higher at 20,603.58, extending Friday's strong gains.
 "To provide grounds for stronger investment confidence,
we expect China to soon table measures, such as industry
consolidation directives and market opening guidelines," said
Taifook Securities analyst Marco Mak.
 The China Enterprises Index .HSCE, which represents top
locally listed mainland Chinese stocks, was up 1.6 percent at
11,949.45.
 China Unicom (0762.HK) rose 1.1 percent to HK$10.86 after
Spain's Telefonica (TEF.MC) said on Sunday it had reached a deal
with China's No. 2 wireless operator whereby each would buy $1
billion worth of the other's shares as part of a strategic
alliance.
 The Spanish telecoms company said in a regulatory statement
that its stake in Unicom would rise to about 8.06 percent, while
Unicom would hold between 0.885 and 0.892 percent of Telefonica.
[ID:nL642015]
 Chinese bank and property stocks extended gains on Monday
after Beijing's move to hike the upper limit for stock
investments by foreign funds reassured investors the government
was unlikely to take drastic measures to stifle the rally in the
stock market.
 China Construction Bank (0939.HK), China's No.2 lender jumped
1.7 percent while property developer China Overseas Land
(0688.HK) advanced 4.8 percent.
 Broad Intelligence International Pharmaceutical Holdings
(1149.HK) soared 44 percent to HK$0.95 after it said it would buy
an integrated software, application and solutions provider in
China, for HK$1.3 billion, to diversify it business. Trading in
the shares resumed on Monday after staying suspended from Aug.
28.
 (Editing by Jacqueline Wong)

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September 7, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Stock Traders Find Speed Pays, in Milliseconds

It is the hot new thing on Wall Street, a way for a handful of traders to master the stock market, peek at investors’ orders and, critics say, even subtly manipulate share prices.

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 Today’s Business: Charles Duhigg on Trading Strategies

It is called high-frequency trading — and it is suddenly one of the most talked-about and mysterious forces in the markets.

Powerful computers, some housed right next to the machines that drive marketplaces like the New York Stock Exchange, enable high-frequency traders to transmit millions of orders at lightning speed and, their detractors contend, reap billions at everyone else’s expense.

These systems are so fast they can outsmart or outrun other investors, humans and computers alike. And after growing in the shadows for years, they are generating lots of talk.

Nearly everyone on Wall Street is wondering how hedge funds and large banks like Goldman Sachs are making so much money so soon after the financial system nearly collapsed. High-frequency trading is one answer.

And when a former Goldman Sachs programmer was accused this month of stealing secret computer codes — software that a federal prosecutor said could “manipulate markets in unfair ways” — it only added to the mystery. Goldman acknowledges that it profits from high-frequency trading, but disputes that it has an unfair advantage.

Yet high-frequency specialists clearly have an edge over typical traders, let alone ordinary investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission says it is examining certain aspects of the strategy.

“This is where all the money is getting made,” said William H. Donaldson, former chairman and chief executive of the New York Stock Exchange and today an adviser to a big hedge fund. “If an individual investor doesn’t have the means to keep up, they’re at a huge disadvantage.”

For most of Wall Street’s history, stock trading was fairly straightforward: buyers and sellers gathered on exchange floors and dickered until they struck a deal. Then, in 1998, the Securities and Exchange Commission authorized electronic exchanges to compete with marketplaces like the New York Stock Exchange. The intent was to open markets to anyone with a desktop computer and a fresh idea.

But as new marketplaces have emerged, PCs have been unable to compete with Wall Street’s computers. Powerful algorithms — “algos,” in industry parlance — execute millions of orders a second and scan dozens of public and private marketplaces simultaneously. They can spot trends before other investors can blink, changing orders and strategies within milliseconds.

High-frequency traders often confound other investors by issuing and then canceling orders almost simultaneously. Loopholes in market rules give high-speed investors an early glance at how others are trading. And their computers can essentially bully slower investors into giving up profits — and then disappear before anyone even knows they were there.

High-frequency traders also benefit from competition among the various exchanges, which pay small fees that are often collected by the biggest and most active traders — typically a quarter of a cent per share to whoever arrives first. Those small payments, spread over millions of shares, help high-speed investors profit simply by trading enormous numbers of shares, even if they buy or sell at a modest loss.

“It’s become a technological arms race, and what separates winners and losers is how fast they can move,” said Joseph M. Mecane of NYSE Euronext, which operates the New York Stock Exchange. “Markets need liquidity, and high-frequency traders provide opportunities for other investors to buy and sell.”

The rise of high-frequency trading helps explain why activity on the nation’s stock exchanges has exploded. Average daily volume has soared by 164 percent since 2005, according to data from NYSE. Although precise figures are elusive, stock exchanges say that a handful of high-frequency traders now account for a more than half of all trades. To understand this high-speed world, consider what happened when slow-moving traders went up against high-frequency robots earlier this month, and ended up handing spoils to lightning-fast computers.

It was July 15, and Intel, the computer chip giant, had reporting robust earnings the night before. Some investors, smelling opportunity, set out to buy shares in the semiconductor company Broadcom. (Their activities were described by an investor at a major Wall Street firm who spoke on the condition of anonymity to protect his job.) The slower traders faced a quandary: If they sought to buy a large number of shares at once, they would tip their hand and risk driving up Broadcom’s price. So, as is often the case on Wall Street, they divided their orders into dozens of small batches, hoping to cover their tracks. One second after the market opened, shares of Broadcom started changing hands at $26.20.

The slower traders began issuing buy orders. But rather than being shown to all potential sellers at the same time, some of those orders were most likely routed to a collection of high-frequency traders for just 30 milliseconds — 0.03 seconds — in what are known as flash orders. While markets are supposed to ensure transparency by showing orders to everyone simultaneously, a loophole in regulations allows marketplaces like Nasdaq to show traders some orders ahead of everyone else in exchange for a fee.

In less than half a second, high-frequency traders gained a valuable insight: the hunger for Broadcom was growing. Their computers began buying up Broadcom shares and then reselling them to the slower investors at higher prices. The overall price of Broadcom began to rise.

Soon, thousands of orders began flooding the markets as high-frequency software went into high gear. Automatic programs began issuing and canceling tiny orders within milliseconds to determine how much the slower traders were willing to pay. The high-frequency computers quickly determined that some investors’ upper limit was $26.40. The price shot to $26.39, and high-frequency programs began offering to sell hundreds of thousands of shares.

The result is that the slower-moving investors paid $1.4 million for about 56,000 shares, or $7,800 more than if they had been able to move as quickly as the high-frequency traders.

Multiply such trades across thousands of stocks a day, and the profits are substantial. High-frequency traders generated about $21 billion in profits last year, the Tabb Group, a research firm, estimates.

“You want to encourage innovation, and you want to reward companies that have invested in technology and ideas that make the markets more efficient,” said Andrew M. Brooks, head of United States equity trading at T. Rowe Price, a mutual fund and investment company that often competes with and uses high-frequency techniques. “But we’re moving toward a two-tiered marketplace of the high-frequency arbitrage guys, and everyone else. People want to know they have a legitimate shot at getting a fair deal. Otherwise, the markets lose their integrity.”

The above article appeared in the New Your Times  A version of this article appeared in print on July 24, 2009, on page A1 of the New York edition.

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Learn how Stock Assault 2.0 gives you dead-on stock picks to earn you thousands of dollars per month using an advanced artificial intelligence engine.

Introducing Stock Assault 2.0
100% Automated Artificial Intelligence Stock Picking Software

Produces returns in excess of +1,300% annually!

Learn how Stock Assault 2.0 gives you dead-on stock picks to earn you thousands of dollars per month using an advanced artificial intelligence engine.

 

Simply let the software run in the background processing every stock symbol, pricing and historical charts using advanced artificial intelligence that an elite team of 25 day traders developed. This state-of-the-art software took 5 years and $3,000,000 to develop. After about a week, Stock Assault 2.0 will give you a stock pick. Then purchase that stock using your preferred broker and sell when the software tells you too. The software will continually monitor the pick it has chosen to find you the best exit which could be later that day or in a few days. That’s it! Take out your profit, usually 5% to 50% then reinvest your capital in the next stock pick.

Revolutionary Trading Software Guaranteed To Generate Profitable Winning Trades On Autopilot In Only An Hour A Day Using State-Of-The-Art Artificial Intelligence.

As you know, artificial intelligence is the revolutionary technology that makes your computer think like a human brain. Older software used statistics and set models for the processing, Stock Assault 2.0 is literally like having 1,000 stock analysts and day traders sitting inside your computer working for you! The 25 expert day traders designed the artificial intelligence engine to think just like all of them, COMBINED. With the power of today’s computers, they (the artificial “brains”) think 40 times quicker giving you the equivalent of 1,000 expert day traders living inside your computer with all of the benefits and none of the costs.

We don’t believe in e-books, we believe in revolutionary technology that took years to develop and will reward you for years to come.Yes, we said it, literally work from home! We’re not lying. Are you tired of all the other work at home programs that sell you an “e-book” and then expect you to make “$10,000 per day working in your pajamas”? Yeah, it’s absurd. If that was possible everyone would be doing it, from your grandma to the homeless guy down the street. Why don’t they? Because you can’t, you just lose what you paid for the book and start all over. The only person that makes money is the seller. And what is an e-book anyway? Are they too cheap to print a real book or do they just know you’re going to fall for their game anyway so they don’t even bother. Even if any of these were slightly successful you would be dealing with customers that can never be satisfied, companies that can take away your money at any time and many other disappointments that will make you quit the first day. Down with PayPerClick, Dropshipping, Jerks, Rebate Processing, Newsletters, Writing Ads, and _____________ (you fill in that one)!

A real home business. Finally a real way to work from home.If you’re looking for a real home business, you have actually found it. With Stock Assault 2.0, you just listen to the software and do exactly what it says, everyday. Depending on how much capital you have (you do need to purchase the stocks when you get a pick so you can sell it later, which is when you can take your profit; we recommend $50-100 to begin with), a 1,300% annual return rate turns $500 into $6,500, $1,000 into $13,000 and $5,000 into $65,000 while taking out your profits on each trade! Why is this the best work at home business EVER? You never have to deal with employees, products, customers, websites, other companies, absolutely nothing. All you need is an online brokerage account where you enter the stock symbol and push buy, then you just push sell when the software tells you too! It doesn’t matter where you live, what country you’re in, what language you speak or if you even know anything about the stock market. The software tells you exactly what to do and when to do it.

TWhy the stock market?he stock market moves billions of dollars back and forth every day. You just need the expertise to know how to get into the middle of all this. Most people have dreamed of becoming part of the stock market but the truth is almost no one knows that they are doing. Yeah, you can jump in and invest in companies like Apple, News Corp., Starbucks, Intel, Microsoft, etc. But we’ll guarantee that you’ll barely make any money after a year or that you might even lose money. Just letting those companies use your money for a year and not making anything doesn’t seem very fun. The way to make money in the stock market is by predicting a large jump in share price and investing right before and selling right after. This is called volatility and usually lasts for a few hours to a few days. Real day traders and professional traders do just that, hence the name “day” traders. Huge companies like Citi Group and JP Morgan Chase do this every single day and employ thousands of professionals that do it for them.

Let’s talk about volatility. We love volatility and you will too. The reason being is that if the price is volatile, it means that the price is rapidly moving. Without movement, we would be back to square one, sitting on a stock for a year with no change. Most of the stocks that Stock Assault 2.0 will pick will probably be of companies that you have never heard of. It doesn’t matter who the company is, the point is to predict a pattern, find an entry point and then exit taking a profit. This is exactly what Stock Assault has done with every pick it has chosen since the first beta was developed. Sure there will be picks that don’t increase very much, maybe only a few percentage points. But those are rare and you will usually see gains of 5% to 50%.

 

The banks use the same type of software!So how can software be better than real professional stock traders? It makes no mistakes. It clearly finds a pattern out of all the chaos and gives it to – YOU. In fact, a lot of brokerages these days rely on the same exact software. Their brokers simply enter the trades, just like you will be doing. These companies have thousands of servers running the server finding hundreds of picks per day. Obviously, we have scaled this down to give you a pick every few days so you can keep up.

 

Do you have to know anything about the stock market? Absolutely not. You just have to know what a ticker symbol is. Example: Apple goes by AAPL and Intel goes by INTC. The software will give you both the ticker and company name. Once your copy of Stock Assault 2.0 picks a stock, you can also research the stock using the built-in features such as charting if you wish. Then you copy the stock symbol, paste it into your online brokerage account and click buy. The software will then tell you when to sell.

 

FOREX can wipe you out in a few seconds.Is this like investing in penny stocks or FOREX? Absolutely not. First of all, with FOREX, many international brokerages are not well regulated. Second, FOREX is TOO volatile and many experts feel that the trading basically levels out the price to insure currencies don’t lose value, they simply go up and down averaging out. Third, almost every brokerage uses something called a market maker architecture (also called an order desk) which basically means that when you sell a currency, you are actually selling it to the broker, same thing when you buy. This takes away almost all of the liquidity and makes you compete with your own broker. When news breaks that affects FOREX, the currencies change prices violently with no predictability. If you have a gain, it could be taken away from you in a few seconds with no time to react. The currency market is exactly that, a currency market. When a foreign country needs more dollars, the buy huge lots increasing or decreasing the price of the dollar and their local currency. You never know when this happens and it could wipe you out instantly.

 

Penny stocks are a guaranteed way to lose your investment. Any information you see online, no matter how credible, is a way for them to make money and for you to give it to them. Simply put, any of these groups that pretend to choose a penny stock that will increase, is telling the truth; we’ll explain. What happens is that all of the people that see this “underground” information (which is really advertised as far and wide as possible) buy the stock driving up the cost. The person that told you about this stock has already purchased quite a large lot before hand. Now when all these people that think they are buying into a gold mine penny stock are actually making the price spike up due to the volume, then the person that told you about the stock sells his large lot and the price plummets. No one else that bought the stock makes money including you. We hate the fact that these people actually sell this “exclusive information” so you’re out double.

Why Stock Assault 2.0?

  • Advanced artificial intelligence will make you swear you had insider information.
  • Works worldwide, all you need is any brokerage account.
  • You don’t have to know anything about investing, the software tells you exactly what to do.
  • Fool-proof programming adapts to any market condition giving you the edge no matter what.
  • Invest in the stock market like the pros and banks do right from home.
  • All you need is $50-100 to invest in the first stock pick then use your profits for the next pick.
  • What we give you is professional Artificial Intelligence Stock Market Software. Artificial intelligence works almost like a human brain. Think: a brain put into a jar and customized just to process stock charts all day to make you money. Since this software actually thinks, each computer will produce different results. You can have two computers running side by side and each copy of Stock Assault 2.0 will give you a different pick and both picks will be dead on. This is both amazing and deliberate. If every person using Stock Assault 2.0 got the same picks, they will start to affect each other, almost like the penny stock example above. However, this would still be rare even if Stock Assault 2.0 did behave like that. The stock market is just too large with billion dollar companies, the only effect might be a few cents. But with penny stocks, that is exactly what happens, hence the name “penny” stocks.

    Unlimited 100% guaranteed automated profits. Imagine what a 1,300% annual return rate can do: $500 turns into $6,500, $1,000 turns into $13,000 and $5,000 turns into $65,000 while taking out your profits on each trade!

    Download the Stock Assault 2.0 demo at http://www.StockETrade.com . This demo is identical to our full version except that it will not display stock picks. All other software functions work identically including the artificial intelligence processing. We welcome you to use the included functions such as live news, stock charts and quotes and headlines for as long as you wish. When you are ready to upgrade to the full version of Stock Assault 2.0 (which will be right after you see what Stock Assault 2.0 is all about), the software easily upgrade right from the software to a fully workable version.

    Stock Assault 2.0 Feedback and Reviews

    I never thought I’d be investing in the stock market. Now, Stock Assault and eTrade.com are my best friends! Like anyone else I know, I’ve always wanted to get into the stock market and always thought I’d know what to invest in. But I also knew that I wouldn’t do well at all by myself, that’s why I never did it. Now that I have Stock Assault, I usually invest $300 per stock pick and make $50 – $100. In a couple of days, I do it all over again. I’m just starting to increase my investment to $1000 per pick and my returns tripled! I just can’t describe the anticipation of waiting for the next stock pick and when I see it, well, it’s probably like winning the lottery! I probably net around $5,000 per month, enough to pay my bills and more. Plus I’ll probably quit my job soon. – James Byers (Leesville, LA, USA)

    I’ve been using Stock Assault 2.0 for over a year now in what has been arguably one of the crummiest markets since the 70’s. I have realized gains totaling over $80,000. Sure there have been a few stocks that didn’t rise very much, but you cannot argue with the overall results. Try the software, use it consistently you will generate gains. Then find a good tax accountant. – Harvey K. Shaver (Paris, TN, USA)

    Thank you for the great picks. Have traded for fifty years. Have tried many advisors. But, your 37 straight winning selections is the best that I have ever heard of or experienced on my own. In fact, I keep telling my wife that it’s too good to believe and that it just can’t last… In fact, I have a good stock broker friend who called recently to talk stocks. I felt so guilty not telling him about you… Again I say thank you, thank you. – Keith R. Mata (Bend, OR, USA)

    This is the best service I’ve ever used. It suits my personality and my investing strategies, that being I have never invested before and needed someone to hold my hand. Your software does exactly that, it holds both of my hands and I can’t ask for anything more. Thank you for your help. – Tony Leclair (Irvine, CA, USA)

    I went through my records, and found that since early last November, I made 27 trades and I show three losses. Actually I believe those three were my fault for missing a few days at the computer. With sincere enthusiasm, I urge anyone to use this software. As far as I can see, you can’t miss. – Andrew Hyde (Duck Creek NSW, Australia)

    I have been using your software for the last six weeks, and have made money in every single trade. The picks are precise, timely and accurate. Keep up the great work. – Ambrosino Trevisani (Cogno BS, Italy)

    I’m extremely happy with the service [Stock Assault 2.0]. Believe me, I’ve tried many other services over the years. In my opinion no others come close. STEADY, CONSISTENT PROFIT, WHAT A CONCEPT!!! – Donald Burkin (Artrochie, UK)

    I have been trading stocks for about 6 years and been a member of a number of recommendation and advisory services. Never have I been so impressed with the picks, profits and service as I have been since getting Stock Assault 2.0! You have a customer for life and I sincerely thank you for providing such a valuable product. – Raymond M. Hall (Priddy, UK)

    This is my first month with your software, all I can say is your the BEST, please don’t let this get to you however lol. I am truly enjoying your picks! I look forward to our future! – Niclas Lindstram (Brunna, Sweden)

    16 winning trades in a row!!! Your software and the picks it produces are beyond great. Customer for life. – Argentino Pedroza (Burgos, Spain)

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    I love your program and will continue with it as long as it is available. I am making money and as I build up my account I will be making larger trades and benefiting even more from your service. Thats my story and I am sticking to it. Thank you so much for all your help. – Jens Muench (Koblenz Arzheim, Germany)

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    I love your program and will continue with it as long as it is available. I am making money and as I build up my account I will be making larger trades and benefiting even more from your service. Thats my story and I am sticking to it. Thank you so much for all your help. – Long Ts’ao (Huangshan, China)

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