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by CI Staff is a website that provides daily buy and sell recommendations for stocks. It is meant to be followed with minimal effort on your part. According to the website, performs thorough quantitative analysis on nearly 3,000 stocks daily. This website is one of the few that provides a Monte Carlo simulation of their recommendations and reports their results.

After the market close each day, begins its daily stock analysis. The website is updated after the analysis is complete. Before logging in, subscribers can check to see if the signals have been posted by viewing the status line located at the bottom of the main page.

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William Lehew from CA posted over 2 years ago:

This site does not seem to exist. It says"check back in Feb or March."

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