A Secret Project

My name is Jeff Yastine. I’m the Editorial Director at The Oxford Club.

Since that fateful day in 1997, when Deep Blue defeated Kasparov in chess, we came to a realization at The Oxford Club:

Super-crunchers were going to revolutionize the game of investing.

We knew that as “artificial intelligence” became more complex, it would eventually defeat the stock market “grandmasters” just as it did the chess “grandmasters.”

And we knew that with new technology, it would get smaller, faster, and cheaper to access – eventually giving a select group of users a profit advantage.

So we set out on a mission…

To create our own super-computing system that could analyze billions of pieces of stock data in seconds… And tell us exactly which ones were poised to soar.

We knew it wouldn’t be easy. Making money consistently in stocks never is.

So one of the first things we did was locate quite possibly the most brilliant computer genius in the world of quantitative programming.

This programmer likes to stay anonymous. He’s not the type of guy who seeks attention.

But behind the scenes, he’s designed systems for Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, the Citadel Investment Group’s Hedge Fund, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

After years developing system after system… Working and reworking millions of lines of code… And an endless march for more computing power…

His newest creation is now far superior to anything we’ve seen before. And one man has been fine-tuning it even further…

In fact, as I’ll show you, in our research, the system has helped us outperform just about every market, index, or guru across the investing world.

The back-tested results have been remarkable. For example…

Between March 2001 and March 2011, the system out-gained the S&P 500 by 1,568 percentage points.
In 2009, it was right on every single stock it selected – 15 out of 15 – with a low gain of 22.5%.
During the dot-com collapse in 2001, the system did so well that the worst-performing stock it selected actually gained 39%.
The average yearly return over this period was 44.7%, while the S&P gained only a modest 4.52% on average each year.

We’re very excited and proud of these results.

After all, we’ve spent many long years in development. And we gave one of our Senior Analysts the unenviable task of working around the clock to perfect our super-computing formula.

So when I say that this project is very important to us, I’m sure you’ll agree.

Which brings me to the reason I’m writing you today.

Up until now, we haven’t allowed any subscribers to test out our systems-based research. We wanted to perfect the formula first with thousands of rigorous trials and analysis.

But for the first time ever, we want to make our new research service, based on the insights of this super-computing system – called S.T.A.R.S. (Stock Trading Analytical Research System) – available to a few special readers.

We’d like you to be one of them.

But I’m getting ahead of myself…

Before I tell you more, let me share with you exactly how the system works… And how our new research tool could help make you very rich over the next year.

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