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Market Digest Online, Inc. is a stock market research firm that publishes a daily newsletter read by subscribers worldwide. The evening before each trading session begins, subscribers receive a comprehensive research report with a variety of timely and useful financial information. Equity and Options traders receive stock market news, stock & option picks from a panel of market experts with over 350 years of combined experience on Wall Street. Subscribers receive buy-sell-hold recommendations, market analysis and in-depth market commentary. A specific analyst writes each segment of the daily report. Over the past six years, Market Digest Online has assembled an outstanding group of analysts with award winning track records. Listed below are descriptions of each section of our newsletter and short bios on our analysts.

*Whisper Stocks
Our service starts with our Whisper Stocks, one of the most popular sections of our newsletter. We're proud of the fact that we give you "Whisper" information before the "rest of the street" finds out. Although we specialize in emerging growth small cap companies, subscribers will most likely find an assortment of investment or trading ideas under this section of the newsletter including penny stocks, small caps, large caps, oil & Gas stocks, gold & silver stocks and Canadian stocks. MDO prides itself on finding high percentage gainers.
The Wisper Stock section is provided daily.

*Options and Futures Fast Track Commentary on the S&P Index is provided by Dave Norton of Futures Fourth Time. Please check out his bio in the futures section below. This section is provided daily.

*Futures Fourth Time
Commentary on the entire futures market is provided daily by Dave Norton. Becoming a new investor in January of 1966 was an eye opener for Dave. A slap in the face may be a better metaphor because an immediate seven month drop proved to Dave that a more extensive education was needed. After taking intensive courses on technical analysis from a private firm in Chicago, he went to work for that same company and taught some of the classes on technical analysis of Stocks and commodities.

In 1973 Mr Norton joined Paine Webber Jackson & Curtis, Inc. As an analyst on the trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In 1979 he left the position of Director of Research at PWJ&C in order to form the research and consulting firm of Fourth Time, Inc. Long term forecasts of one month to 15 years are often made in the monthly publication called MARKETIMING. Short term perspectives, predictions for closing direction, and specific recommendations are made on a daily commentary that is emailed to clients. The newsletter and daily forecasts have been in continuous publication since 1977. Mr Norton currently provides daily consultation to brokerage firms and professional traders. Fourth Time, Inc. Is registered with the CFTC as a Commodity Trading Advisor.

*Volume Trade Analysis Research
VTAR [Volume Trade Analysis Research?] is authored by Axxel Knutson. Knutson is Director of Institutional Equity Research at the New York securities firm of Platinum Securities, Inc. At the age of 14, he turned $2,000 into his college education fund when he started to trade stocks. After college, he joined E.F. Hutton and then went on to Dean Witter. While at Dean Witter, he worked on a computer program called "COMPARE" [COMPuter Assistance to REsearch] and fine-tuned that program by overlaying his volume analysis research over that program to come in third, despite a late start, in a stock contest sponsored by Chase Manhattan Bank. Next a headhunter grabbed him and he became head of Mosely, Hallgarten & Estabrook's well respected "Investment Strategies Department." He started his own broker dealer in the late 70's. Currently, Knutson has perfected an investment tool called VTAR which stands for "Volume Trade Analysis Research" and uses volume analysis to fine-tune equity investments in highly liquid stocks with rational fundamentals.

Although VTAR is primarily an institutional research tool used primarily by institutional portfolio managers to more precisely fine tune their block transactions, Knutson enjoys providing some of the output of his research for use by individual investors through web sites such as ours. ?Although the primary market for VTAR analysis is institutional, my real passion is in the writing and the distribution of the research to individual investors and in the challenge of handling the accounts of a rational number of individuals who usually end up becoming friends. That's where the fun is. The institutional stuff keeps me in gas money. - Axxel Knutson. Knutson can be reached at 800-696-9002 in New York... VTAR is provided by Axxel Knutson once each month.

*From The House
Respected analysts provide commentary on the direction of the market, sectional rotation analysis, general market commentary and occasional stock picks... Provided Daily.

*Institutional Money Flow
Provided daily showing the stocks that institutions are buying.

 


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