Gorilla Trades Speculates Recent Volatility of Stocks Far from Over
Jupiter, Fla. – August 7, 2007 – The Gorilla of Gorilla Trades, a stock advising service providing a proprietary software that uses technical indicators to suggest potential stocks slated for explosive growth, cautions that the market’s Monday surge may be short lived seeing as the meltdown of the mortgage market may have carried over into the corporate realm.
Prior to Monday’s upswing, it was the general consensus that Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke, and his constituents would be the culprit of a fall in the market. However, the swell of Monday’s market was enough to alleviate some of the stress being put on the Fed to move interest rates.
“Monday’s mega-bounce in equities definitely takes a ton of pressure off the Fed to ‘Do Something’,” explains the Gorilla. “The last thing the Fed wants to do right now is address all of the sub-prime problems and credit land mines the Fed helped create through so many years of easy money.”
The Gorilla provides a service that presents amateur investors with a portfolio of ‘Gorilla Picks’ that have the potential for explosive growth, eliminating the need for time consuming research about each individual stock. To learn more about Gorilla Trades visit http://www.gorillatrades.com.
About Gorilla Trades:
Gorilla Trades, incorporated in 1999, offers a risk-controlled, market tested, proprietary system which generates a menu of stock ideas that have consistently proven to identify stock trades with explosive price appreciation potential. The system allows subscribers to make decisions on potentially profitable stocks without having to spend hours on research. Gorilla trades, located in Jupiter, Florida, boasts subscribers in all 50 states and 55 different countries. To start trading with the Gorilla visit: http://www.gorillatrades.com.
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