SOURCE: Knobias, Inc.

August 11, 2008 12:42 ET

Knobias Announces Venture With RSP's Restricted Stock Trading Network

RIDGELAND, MS--(Marketwire - August 11, 2008) - Knobias (PINKSHEETS: KBAS), a provider of financial information, news and data platforms, announced today the launch of a new venture with Restricted Stock Partners (RSP). Effective today, active trading opportunities for each issuer's securities on the Restricted Securities Trading Network (RSTN) will be graphically indicated to users of Knobias platforms such as Knobias+Plus and PipeTRAC. In addition to informing Knobias users of activity in a security, secure web links will seamlessly connect users to the RSTN platform for further information, research, and trading.

"The RSTN is the largest online marketplace for restricted securities, so the integration of RSP's activity data into Knobias products is a very logical step," noted Steven Lord, CEO of Knobias. "It will improve the efficiency of researching and trading restricted securities, and will provide significant added value to our users. We are very pleased to be working with RSP in this regard."

Barry E. Silbert, CEO of Restricted Stock Partners, added, "The Knobias information platform is a vital resource for institutional investors and professionals focusing on small-cap companies. We're pleased to launch this notification tool as it will help to open up new opportunities for Knobias subscribers in the trading of restricted stock, warrants and convertibles."

About Knobias: Knobias provides a suite of financial software and services focused primarily on the U.S. equity and private placement sectors. It has offices in Ridgeland, MS and Pleasantville, NY. More information can be found at

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