A Stellar Win Rate in 2009

When we ran the system for March of 2009, when the stock market was at its bleakest, S.T.A.R.S. fired off a string of companies that were perfect matches.

Each of them had hit the “sweet spot” where selling levels signaled an immediate turnaround.

It started with TNS, Inc., a data communications company based out of Virginia.

On March 21, 2009, TNS was one of the few companies the computer honed-in on. And just seven months later, the stock had already jumped 325%.

Next, the system signaled a “Buy” on IEC Electronics. In just five months, it climbed 491%.

The computer then continued firing off winner after winner…

Cavalier Homes… Enbridge Energy Partners… Emcor Group… Spartan Motors… Orchid Paper Products… Hawk Corporation.

In total, after sorting through all the historical data, S.T.A.R.S. pinpointed 15 little-known stocks that were perfect matches in March 2009.

One year later, 100% of them were in the black – with cumulative gains totaling 1,234.5%.

$1,000 in each of them would have been worth $27,345 in just one year.

The results we’ve seen from back-testing this formula suggest that we’re clearly onto something remarkable…

You can see why we’re so excited to build a new publication around this incredible technology, and finally make this research available to our members.

But it’s not just in bull markets that S.T.A.R.S. works best.

The real success is how well it performs when the markets tank…

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