Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Stock Assault Scam

Review of Stock Assault 2.0 Automated Stock Picking Software

Investors who find out about Stock Assault 2.0, the so-called artificial intelligence software that supposedly picks out which stocks in which to invest are often justifiably skeptical because of the seemingly glowing claims that are made about it.

Despite the reality that investing in the stock market involves risks, because of the fact that stock prices rise and fall, it is, of course, theoretically possible to make money by buying stocks when the prices are low and selling at a high plateau before they fall. It is for this reason that Stock Assault 2.0 was created, to assist would-be investors in picking stocks that are about to rise in value and then to sell them at the right time before their value goes down. Of course, the success or failure depends not only on having the right stocks in a portfolio, but knowing when to make trades.

The means by which Stock Assault 2.0 was designed to succeed is by harnessing the extraordinary speed and power of a computer to perform calculations, comparing and charting stock prices at many times faster than any human brain would be capable of doing. Developed by 25 cream of the crop day traders, Stock Assault software took three million dollars and five years to create. Running the program is like having a thousand expert day traders giving proficient advice on what to buy, and when to sell it.

According to its promoters, the software can be used to earn an annual return on investment as high as 13,000%. If someone were to start out with a minimal capital outlay of $500, their annual return would be $65,000 even if some profits were taken out after each trade. The developers say the program is so easy to use, people do not even need to have any previous knowledge or experience of how to trade stocks.

It is only common sense for market investors to form the opinion that if something sounds too good to be true it probably is. To overcome this logical resistance, Stock Assault 2.0 is sold with what appears to be an excellent guarantee. Within 60-days of purchase, someone who is not satisfied with the software can return it for a 100% refund of their purchase price.

Because very few people are willing to shell out their hard earned money sight unseen for a stock picking program, even if it promises to deliver excellent returns on one's investment, anyone who is considering to buy Stock Assault 2.0 is invited to download a free demo version of the software so they can try it out for themselves and receive an impression of what the program does and how it works ahead of time.

You can find out whether Stock Assault 2.0 is a scam and download a no-charge demo from the website: investments.consumeronlinereports.com.

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