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Our QQQQ Options Signals are based on a proven, time-tested system of volume analysis called MarketVolume™. Discover volume-triggered trading by visiting www.MarketVolume.com.

You may decide to apply the principles behind MarketVolume™ to develop your own trading system OR you can simply chose to follow or options trading signals.

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We created our market timing system in early 2001 and started to apply it to the trading of QQQ (now: “QQQQ”) options in 2003. Our results since then have exceeded all expectations. If you had started with $10,000 at that time and achieved a return of +116%, you would now have $21,600.

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Last Update: January 17, 2006

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  • With our options trading system, you can profit – regardless of whether the markets are heading up or down!

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  Since October 15, 2003.

This is how our system works:

  • At the end of each day, at about 8:30 PM EST, our system automatically collects market data. Based on the results of their volume-based analysis, our analysts then make their recommendations. Other proprietary forms of technical analysis are also taken into consideration;
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We started developing our system in 1997. After devoting years to the research and development of our unique volume-based indicators, we made these available to the public in 2001 on our site www.MarketVolume.com. It took 4 years and hundreds of thousands in development costs to create and perfect our exclusive real-time intraday volume indicators. Finally, we invested another 2 years to fine-tune the indicators, to make them applicable to various trading approaches, including the generation of QQQQ Options Signals. Each member of our team (which ranges from market analysts to software developers) has at least 10 years of trading experience under their belt. Even today, we continually strive to advance our market timing system, to make it more robust, simple and reliable, and to prove its value under real-world market conditions.

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1/18/2006 - SV1
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