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What is GStock?
GStock is a turnkey virtual supercomputer for stock alerts. But what does that really mean?

GStock is constructed of thousands of volunteered home desktop computers around the world, networked into one big distributed supercomputer. Does it really have the power of a "supercomputer"? It sure does. And you can read more about virtual supercomputers here.

How does GStock work?
First, volunteers install our calculating software on their PCs. Then the software communicates between the PCs and our server to test a list of algorithms based on stock histories. This information is used to analyze trading strategies for over 4,000 large and mid-sized US traded stocks. Focusing on the best short-term investment strategies for each stock individually, GStock then tells you when to buy a stock and when to sell it based on the best investment strategy found for that particular stock. In other words, GStock calculates an optimized strategy for when to BUY or SELL each stock, which is then presented on each stock's chart for your benefit.

Should I participate as one of the computers in the GStock network?
You can, but you don't have to. Participating in the supercomputer is completely voluntary. For the most part, it is computer savvy users that volunteer their computing power. But anyone can use the calculated BUY and SELL signals for profit – and it's free! If you're interested in volunteering in the supercomputer network, then you can download the calculation software and get started here.

What are GStock's Trading Signals?
GStock's simple trading signals make it easy to make a decision about any analyzed stock:

  • BUY – Buy this stock and profit.
  • SELL – Sell this stock and monetize your profit.
  • No Signal – Don't do anything with this stock right now (i.e. All BUY and SELL trading signals expire 7 days after a signal has been given).

Pretty easy, right? Would you like to receive a daily alert of all the stocks that entered a BUY or SELL position? Subscribe now!

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How is GStock different from other financial websites?
GStock makes informed trading easy. Rather than overwhelm traders with industry education and advice on various sophisticated technical approaches, GStock does all the work. And as we've explained, that work involves a vast supercomputing power that analyses each stock independently. So when GStock gives investors money-making BUY or SELL alerts, those alerts are informed. All the investor has to do is BUY and SELL for profit.

Does GStock work?
Absolutely. About 2 out of every 3 GStock trades have produced profit. Why? Because GStock's analyses are geared to giving you the most certain, un-biased results, tailored for each stock.

GStock has only used out-of-sample results. This means the data used to determine the best strategy for each stock was not reused to prove success of the system.

GStock has used more than 60,000 trades to calculate results. So you can be sure that some “lucky” trade did not influence the results.

GStock covers over 4,000 stocks. So there's no chance that an over-weighted stock influenced the results.

These results were produced on a period covering 2004 – 2007. Information analyzed from a considerable period of time proves consistency for the results.

GStock makes your trading experience a breeze. Want to receive a daily alert with all stocks that entered a BUY or SELL position? Subscribe now!

What is Technical Analysis and does it work?
Technical Analysis examines the most fundamental economic factor that determines a stock's price - supply & demand. Since the stock market is transparent – that is, that all the information is available to everyone at the same time – changes in supply & demand translate into changes in stock price fairly quickly.

Due to this sensitivity, Technical Analysis can examine stock price changes and trading volume (the amount of shares traded for each stock) and determine short-term price direction up to several weeks.

Each stock is analyzed individually with over a billion combinations of Technical Analysis indicators throughout a 10-year period. Each strategy consists of 4 indicators to ensure that triggering a BUY or a SELL signal is predominant, consistent, and with rare false positive signals (a false positive signal is a BUY signal followed immediately by a SELL signal).

Technical Analysis is significantly different from Fundamental Analysis, which is based on a company's financial reports and its predicted future earnings. Fundamental analysis is therefore considered as a long-term price prediction (a year and beyond) of a stock while technical analysis deals in shorter trading periods.

This is why Technical Analysis is widely used in currency trading. In fact, Federal Reserve research shows strong evidence that Technical Analysis contributes to profitable trading.

Again, the result of GStock's extensive supercomputer calculations is a highly successful trading strategy tailored for each stock, in which historically 2 out of every 3 trades has generated profits (versus the market gurus norm, and S&P stocks appreciating in value only around 55% of trading days).

Our mission is to point to trades with a high degree of certainty. On rare occasions, GStock calculates a SELL signal and afterwards the stock continues to appreciate in value… But based on GStock's best found strategy, this rise in the stock's price occurs without a high degree of certainty, so you are better off with a different stock that just received a BUY signal by GStock.

So why doesn't every one use technical analysis?
Ironically, everyone does, but with meaningless strategies. Most Technical Analysis practitioners are limited to a small number of “thumb-rule” strategies that they apply to every stock. These “thumb-rules” were not tested or optimized for each stock independently. They are “thumb-rule-specific” - or at most event-specific rather than stock-specific. But as you know, every stock behaves differently because it has different characteristics (different markets, different risks, different exposure, etc…). You wouldn't expect a strategy that fits Apple's stock to be the same for Walmart, would you? Of course not. That's why these “thumb-rule” strategies had low profitable results.

But now, with a network of volunteer computers creating a virtual supercomputer, each stock can be analyzed individually over a significant period of time to give practitioners and investors un-biased results.

How can GStock help you profit
GStock gives you a choice. You can profit with GStock in two ways:

1. Open a FREE GStock Account and scroll through recently calculated signals that you can invest in.

  • To see a stock with a recently calculated signal click here.

2. Increase your chance of profiting by subscribing to the GStock Premium Account. You'll receive a daily email newsletter with a digested list of all the newly calculated signals, including past statistics and a direct link to each stock's page.

  • To see a sample daily email newsletter Click here.
  • To see the GStock Premium Users' online stock picker click here.

Once you open an account (either a FREE or a Premium Account), you can build your personal portfolio with up to 100 stocks. This will enable you to:

  • easily monitor these stocks and
  • be notified whenever any of these stocks receive a BUY or SELL alert by GStock.

You can update your portfolio at any time. And you'll receive a weekly portfolio report from GStock showing your stocks' performances relative to other major indices in the past week, month, and year-to-date.

Getting the best out of GStock:

GStock provides valuable BUY and SELL alerts on over 4,000 large and mid-sized US traded stocks.. But how do you choose which stocks to invest in? Subscribing to GStock's simple daily alerts email is a good start. Below are several guidelines that we found to be good practice when choosing stocks:

1. Search for cyclicality, not trends. A past long-term trend is something that each and every strategy would have succeeded in. On the other hand, a strategy that managed to locate the peaks of a stock with cyclical behavior is the one to follow you can be relatively sure that a stock that has ups and downs naturally will eventually go up again. Having a strategy that pinpoints these peaks for you is quite valuable.

2. Timing - Buy no later than 4 days after a BUY signal and sell no later than 90 days after. A BUY or SELL signal for a specific date is not carved in stone. GStock alerts are sometimes right on the spot - and sometimes they precede or follow a stock's movement. It's best to buy or sell no later than 4 days after a signal for a stock was given, and to expect each trade to last about a month on average. If a trade lasts 3 months without a sell signal in sight, it is better to abandon the stock in favor of a stock with a recently calculated BUY signal.

3. Build a portfolio of around 10-20 stocks. Modern portfolio theory suggests that a balanced portfolio contains 10-20 stocks. This way, the portfolio isn't too sensitive to an underperforming stock, yet is not too large for beating the market.

4. Don't forget to add your stocks to Your Portfolio. This is the most important guideline we could give you. When you buy a stock, add it to your portfolio. When GStock issues a SELL signal to this stock, you'll immediately be notified via email. You'll also see a big red SELL sign near this stock in your portfolio. So it'll be very easy for you to follow alerts on stocks you have bought into. Click here to update your portfolio.

We built GStock to be a simple and effective investment tool and we know it will be a start point for your future investment decisions!


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