Richmond, VA, June 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- eNewsPulse is a new website that will change the way investors receive news. The eNewsPulse team has developed a powerful search engine that scans thousands of qualified, relevant news articles and segments them into individual Pulses. These Pulses derive from proven algorithms that identify breaking news from verified sources, and deliver that information in real-time. This gives a sizeable advantage to investors, allowing them to develop strategic trading strategies based on breaking news.
Initially created to give the developer’s father a competitive advantage in the stock market, it was quickly apparent that this dynamic program would become something much more than a family investing strategy. After using this system for a few months, their first user recalls, “I was stunned to see unmatched returns that my years of studying the market and investing experience never afforded me. In February, I received an after-hours special dividend announcement from Steinmart that made me $1.45 per share of pure profit in 15 minutes. It was a stock I wasn’t following, and had no intention of investing in, but news based trading with this search engine was helping me identify opportunities I had no idea even existed.”
eNewsPulse utilizes a dynamic, custom-built processor that provides relevant information in fractions of a second. It then identifies key markets that could benefit from real-time news updates.
*Consistently provide breaking news fast
*News updates 24 hours a day to take advantage of aftermarket opportunities
*Subscribers choose from over 100 pre-defined Pulses and custom options are available for brokers and advanced investors
Investors know that receiving information 20 minutes too late can be the difference between a profitable gain and a detrimental loss. eNewsPulse provides relevant news that will substantially increase the odds of successful trading. Receiving these updates directly to a smartphone will ensure a competitive advantage over other investors and brokers.
Free Trials are available at www.eNewsPulse.com.