TheWizardPicks many have been waiting for is finally here….
July 16, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsLas Vegas, NV July 16, 2009 — The Wizard.com has announced the release of its newest, simplest stock picking system: The Wizard Picks. The Wizard Picks provides weekly stock picks in a simple, powerful and easy-to-use system. Unlike other systems, the Wizard Picks does all of the work. Using the same revolutionary algorithm as theWizard.com, the Wizard Picks identifies the very best stocks to buy and sell short every week. As many have seen, the stock market doesn't always go up, and the Wizard Picks is uniquely positioned to capitalize no matter which way the market is moving.
The Wizard Picks follows a three-step process. First, it uses our revolutionary market-timing indicator, which tells which way the market is moving - up or down. In 20 years, this indicator has never failed to identify a major move in the markets. Well before the markets tumbled last October, the market timing indicator led the way, calling the market as a sell 4 months earlier - in June. And likewise, before the big rally this spring, it called the market as a buy.
In the second step, The Wizard Picks runs a series of intensive, highly sophisticated scans, pinpointing the stocks most likely to move in the same direction as the market. When the market is strong, it finds only the strongest stocks and buys them; when the market's weak, it finds the weakest stocks and sells them short. (Selling stocks short is the best way to make money in a down market. Many of the subscribers to the full-featured system, theWizard.com, profited greatly by selling short during the market's decline of 2008.)
Fortunately, there is no need to do any heavy lifting, because in Step 3, there is a simple list of 5-10 stocks each week. For each stock, the system gives the exact price - right down to the penny - to buy it or sell it short. It also gives the exact price to take some profits. And what's more, it also gives an insurance policy - the exact price to get out in case the trade doesn't continue in the right direction. If an investment doesn't work out, there is only a small loss, so that you can preserve your capital and use it to make money another day. The days of losing big with mutual funds are gone.
Nothing is simpler, easier or more powerful. Go to www.thewizardpicks.com today to sign up.
Gene Stunkel Managing Partner