Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

frequently asked questions (faq)

Online stock analysis system subscription Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
  • What am I subscribing for?
    • Your subscription allows you to access all of the stocks lists.
  • I forgot to enter my referral number when i subscribed?
    • Log in and go to the contact page and send us the referral number.
  • All stock trading is speculative in nature, and involves substantial risk of loss.
  • Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.
  • Hypothetical or simulated performance is not indicative of future results.
  • Don\'t enter any trade without fully understanding the worst-case scenarios of that trade.
  • We do not provide personalized trading or investment advice.
  • Profits can be lost if they are not taken at the right time.
  • Stop orders may reduce, but not eliminate, your trading risk.
  • Some investments in stocks cannot easily be sold or converted to cash.
  • Please read the important disclaimer at the bottom of this page.
General Information:
  • Over 5, 000 stocks are analyzed on a daily basis.
  • only analyzes stocks traded on the major U. S. exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, and AMEX).
  • The system performs nightly stock analysis after market hours. The stock analysis lists are updated during the night before the next opening session.
  • Stocks which fail basic fundamental analysis measurements are excluded from advanced technical analysis.
  • There is a 1 to 30 day time frame associated with each of our selections. Prices are expected to rise within that period, but movements might be volatile.
  • We issue stop-loss levels with each stock pick as relevant. Please note these prices and consider selling your position if the stop-loss is violated.
  • We don\'t issue price targets. As a rule of thumb, we feel that it is best to exit the position when triggered to sell.
  • Be aware of market conditions, before you enter a position or exit one. Use common sense and good judgment.
  • When trading stocks, it is best to use "Limit Orders" rather than "Market Orders". In that way, you will not be a victim of volatile market movements.
  • Based purely on changes in a stock\'s trading conditions, system will generate an stock buying trigger. Once a buying trigger has been issued the stock is held until a stock selling trigger is generated.

Important Disclaimer:
The recommendations and information provided on our web site should not be interpreted as investment advice, or as an endorsement of any security. Analytical results and data are for informational purposes only and are provided without warranty of any kind. The trading of securities may not be suitable for all potential users of this information. You, not, assume the entire cost and risk of any investing and/or trading you choose to undertake. Remember, past performance does not ensure future results.