From the Computer to You in Seconds

Marc: Throughout the day, I run S.T.A.R.S. to see which stocks are either matches or “close matches.”

If the computer comes back with an exact match, I’ll analyze the situation, and if I decide to pull the trigger, immediately send out an alert to readers sharing the details.

That way they can take advantage as soon as possible for maximum potential profits.

Jeff: What if they aren’t around to get the alert?

Marc: You don’t have to be glued to your computer every minute of the day. The great thing about this computer system is that it helps me notice things that take regular analysts days or even weeks to understand.

S.T.A.R.S. is so much faster at sorting through data than the regular guys that we have a somewhat decent-size window in which to operate.

Also, participating members will receive encrypted password access to our website where I will immediately post new recommendations as soon as I analyze the situation.

However, if the computer comes back with “close matches,” I research those too. And put them on a watch list so we’re ready to jump on them as soon as it’s a “go.”

My objective is to find readers the stocks that are about to skyrocket before any other analyst on Wall Street has any clue.

That’s our goal here: To be so fast, that nobody else has a chance.

Jeff: And what have the results been like so far?

Marc: As the one guy who’s worked every single day with this computer system, I can tell you that the results I’ve seen have been shocking.

To give you some perspective, I’ve followed closely the world’s top Hedge Funds, money managers, and investment gurus.

In 2010, the average gain for Hedge Funds was 10.5%… The average return of the S&P 500 was 15.1%…The Wilshire 5000 Index returned 17.9%.

All very impressive…

But between March 2010 and March 2011, the few stock S.T.A.R.S. selected had an average gain of 58.56%.

Please keep in mind, these are back-tested historical returns – Not real time trades.

And it doesn’t mean the system is perfect. Within the 10 year span in which I ran the data, this system did actually get beat by the market one year.

It’s impossible to win every single time because no computer system can account for all the intangible forces that affect the stock market.

For example, the recent debt ceiling debates in Washington were an unexpected source of chaos on Wall Street. It’s difficult to program that sort of “noise” into a computer system.

However, I will say that in our 10-year back-test, no matter what was going on politically or in the markets, S.T.A.R.S. performed extraordinarily well.

During that time, the stocks it targeted outperformed the market by 1,568%. Yes, some stocks were wins and some were losses. But I’ll take that kind of out-performance any day.

It’s why I’m confident that each day, after I go over the computer’s picks, I can provide readers with the very best profit opportunities across the market.

I can’t wait for our members to get started in this exciting historical achievement. It’s going to be a lot of fun counting up all those winners.”

Jeff: Thank you, Marc.

So how do you become one of the first people to access Marc’s new research?

I’ll explain that in just a moment.

But first, there’s one thing I should tell you…

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