HOT STOCK PRO
What if you knew what the next hot stock would be?
How much would you invest? With the iDayo Indicator, you can find out
which stocks the big money managers are buying and selling and thereby
identify the market winners.
The iDayo Indicator has been amazingly
successful in finding the next red-hot stocks for over six years.
For 2 years iDayo was voted "Best of the Web" by Forbes
1998-2000, and Online Investor Magazine says iDayo is among
"The best of the best we've reviewed over time," "A diamond in the
rough." The Wall Street Journal.com said "Fund managers have a
lot of access to information that most of us don't have... The
Indicator helps investors like yourself tap into the brains of mutual
The iDayo Indicator produces a rating for each stock according to the
direction and magnitude of institutional buy/sell activity.
It's the only (tool, software, website) that actually measures the
professional buying Consensus in one quick click -- a REAL
consensus in seconds. We post the best of the best stocks that
have this consensus on the Website each week.
||1. How does iDayo
utilize the work of the mutual fund industry? Why is this
information so powerful?
||Any ONE of the
thousands of mutual funds in the financial universe has more
information available to them than we could ever hope (or want) to
review. Mutual fund companies have access to a company's senior
management, while you and I do not. Mutual funds' Portfolio
Managers may have an entire staff of full-time researchers working
below them, while you and I do not. But why take one
professional's word for it, when you can use the iDayo Indicator
to find a buying consensus across 5200 mutual funds? The iDayo
Indicator highlights those rare instances when there is a "buying
consensus" among the mutual funds. These funds manage anywhere
from $100 million to Billions of dollars each year. This "buying
consensus" means that the mutual funds have analyzed the stock's
fundamentals, but it also means that they are buying the stock
themselves. And not just one mutual fund is doing the buying;
rather, it's many funds. The mutual funds soak up supply of the
stock, which in-turn creates greater demand, which causes the
price of the stock to rise. THIS is a very powerful idea.
||2. What kind of documentation do
you have of your stock performance?
||The iDayo Indicator has prospered
during one of the greatest booms - and busts - in stock market
history. With a 6-year documented track record, the iDayo website
lists every stock highlighted over time. FORBES Magazine published
stocks highlighted by the iDayo Indicator for nearly three years
from 1998 to 2001. Today, the iDayo stocks can only be found on
the iDayo website. There is no other service in the world that
offers such powerful (and user-friendly) financial information -
with a PROVEN, published track record to go with it.
||3. Would the buying
from all iDayo Subscribers affect the share price of a specific
||These stocks are being
bought by a HUGE number mutual funds and institutional buyers.
These mutual funds dwarf what individual investors are buying on
any given day. The mutual funds and institutional buyers control
between 60% and 70% of the capital in the markets. By recognizing
the buy/sell trends of these HUGE financial firms, the individual
investor can benefit from this knowledge and insight - but we will
not come close to affecting the share price of any one stock.
||4. How is this product
different from all the day trading, futures or options software
programs I have seen advertised?
||Most people do not
wish to change careers and make stock investing their full time
"business." This is NOT about becoming a day-trader, not about
options and futures, and not just another expensive training
program that takes over people's lives. Rather, this is a research
oriented, stock selection resource - with a proven track record
and proven performance.
||5. This seems too good to be true.
Is this a "get rich quick" program?
||This is not a get rich quick
method. Millions of dollars have been invested into the
development of iDayo and the proprietary systems that provide
unique financial information available nowhere else - with a
6-year track record of performance that is second to none.
||6. How has the iDayo indicator
performed in the recent down markets?
||The iDayo Indicator's 6-year
average annualized returns are over 50%, all during three of the
worst years in stock market history. From January, 2000 to present
day the annualized returns are in excess of 40%.
||7. What is the significance of
holding stocks for 16 weeks?
||The 16-week figure is based on the
rigorous analysis. Financial models and statistical tests have
proven 16 weeks to be the ideal "hold time" for iDayo stocks.
Actually, most stocks will continue to outperform the markets even
after the 16-week period, but the peak - and the greatest
out-performance - is in the first 16 weeks. All subscribers have
the flexibility to sell (or buy more) whenever they wish. Many
people hold onto stocks as they continue to rise, while others
gradually sell off their position to ensure a profit.
||8. Why does the list of stock
trades in the iDayo Indicator Demo only show a small portion of
the trades that took place at that time? Why can I only view the
||Every stock listed on the iDayo
Indicator website over the last 6 YEARS is posted to the iDayo
Indicator SUBSCRIBER AREA TODAY for everyone to verify. All
numbers are based on the recommended 16-week buy and hold period.
The Demo highlights some of the many stocks that have seen
tremendous gains. A subscription to the iDayo Indicator will allow
you access to every single stock pick - both good and bad. We're
not hiding anything; all losing stocks were sold at no worse than
our recommended 20% stop loss. The average loss on losing stocks
is about 15%. The upside, however, has been huge! The Indicator is
not like a nutritional product where different people see
different results. Everyone who used the Indicator in 2003, after
buying and holding all posted stocks for 16 weeks, would have ALL
seen the SAME result of an 87% return. This figure does not
include reinvesting profits, which would have raised the returns
||9. I am very cautious about my
investments. Are the iDayo stock listings diversified?
||Interestingly enough, the iDayo
Indicator has provided overly cautious people with a greater
feeling of security than they've ever had. Our subscribers
continue to praise the iDayo Indicator - and feel empowered by the
knowledge that institutional investors are also buying these
stocks. And by investing in 40 to 50 stocks over time, iDayo
subscribers are playing it safe: limiting their exposure to any
one industry or sector, and ensuring market cap diversification
(investments in small, medium, and large companies). Top that off
with the fact that if the iDayo Indicator were a mutual fund, it
would be THE NUMBER ONE mutual fund in the world for the last 5
||10. Isn't the information that is
processed by the iDayo Indicator for creating the weekly
portfolios publicly available? Couldn't investors just access this
public information on their own to research and choose stocks?
||Many people with full-time jobs do
not have the free time or the desire to become full-time equity
researchers. Even if someone did have this free time, this data is
not readily available - in a user-friendly format - for processing
thousands of financial reports. If you were to pay thousands of
dollars each week for the raw data that iDayo receives, how would
you determine the best way to analyze and quantify the data? With
all the time and vast resources that went into the development of
the iDayo Indicator - coupled by a 6-year track record - how could
someone possibly compete?
||11. Don't wealthy people use
professional money managers to get them better returns?
||Most people do not have portfolios
large enough for a money manager to handle. If you had $1 million,
you might hire a professional money manager who would charge 1-2%
per year in management fees, or more than $10,000 each year. A
subscription to iDayo can provide you with better information at a
fraction of the cost!
||12. How does the cost of trades
for someone buying small amounts of stock each week affect the
||The proportionate cost of trades
for someone investing $1,000 among 10 stocks will be higher than
someone investing $25,000. However, as the person investing with
$1,000 builds their portfolio over time - and sees greater returns
- the cost of each trade will drop in proportion to their
||13. Should I call my stockbroker
and investment advisors to sell them the iDayo Indicator?
||Most professional traders, money
managers, and stockbrokers feel threatened by our service, which
empowers the average investor with access to the greatest
investment minds in the world. An investment advisor is earning
commissions on every trade their client makes. The advisory
business is supported by their own in-house research - and by
keeping their clients' portfolios active. Many professionals
subscribe to the iDayo Indicator but keep their "source" of
research to themselves. Sharing an iDayo subscription with clients
would make the advisor no longer as valuable a resource. iDayo
empowers all investors - professionals and individuals alike!
||14. What if a large, financial
services company wanted to compete with the iDayo Indicator?
||The mutual fund data needed to
fuel this engine is not available on a historical basis by any
financial data providers. Therefore any attempt at competition
would be grounded by time. Testing could begin moving forward, but
there would be no historical track record. It would take at least
a year to organize the data, build the systems and software, and
hope that these efforts would yield good results. Another year
would be needed to prove the numbers, and compare performance with
stock market indices. iDayo has been doing this for six years. By
the time anyone else could even begin, iDayo will be approaching a
ten-year track record.
||15. Why are the articles praising
iDayo 3+ years old?
||The older articles give
credibility to iDayo's history and the fact that the Company has
been developing an established track record for over six years.
When an exciting, new service like iDayo was first introduced in
1997, it was fresh and newsworthy. The articles were written when
the market was hot - before the tech crash - when every article
related to stock selection helped sell magazines. This type of
news was certainly not the focus over the last few years. You can
expect to see more articles in the future now that the public is
moving back into the stock market - looking for smarter stock
research, and better ways to invest their money.
||16. Should I paper-trade with
iDayo to see how I do first?
||The iDayo Indicator is not a
day-trading program that someone would need to practice by
paper-trading first. It is a long-term investment research tool,
based on a very simple and structured process that has been
successful for over six years.
||17. Does Jeffrey Steinberg have a
background in the financial services sector?
||Jeffrey Steinberg has been
directly involved in the management of personal assets for over
ten years. Jeff developed and conceived all of the iDayo software,
and with the help of the industry's leading computer programmers,
launched this unique financial services website. A subscription to
the iDayo Indicator serves financial information and makes the
institutional buying and selling activity readily available for
review. This does not require any securities licensing and is not
considered investment advice.
||18. How is it that
Jeff put this program together when others didn't? The idea seems
so obvious; I am surprised no one else thought of it!
||It was Jeff's "outside
the box" thinking that made the iDayo Indicator and the other
iDayo applications possible. Jeff's experience with securities has
been on a personal level and he developed this product to give the
private investor an advantage in the markets. The concept is
simple. Implementing it, however, was not. It took over $5 million
dollars and nearly 10 years to get iDayo to where it is today.
Processing raw data from over 5200 mutual funds through live data
feeds into a proprietary algorithm is not a simple task. But the
end product is simple, and like nothing else you've seen. iDayo
Investor puts an army of professionals at your fingertips!
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