SOURCE: BullTrade Corp.

July 10, 2006 10:05 ET Stock Alerts Finish June a 100% Perfect Six for Six

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 10, 2006 -- The stock market has historically been one of the best long-term investments. However, recent volatility has made traders think twice about how to put their money to work. Subscribers to the ( Special Membership, however, have weathered the past and current storms quite well. With a track record that has surpassed all the indices many times over, subscribers have comfortably maneuvered through the bad times and have actually been booking profits. A sound strategy of buying small positions of best-of-breed companies in diverse sectors, then adding to the positions on dips, has led to some excellent gains.

The past few closed-out trades include a 13.5%+ gain in Apple Computer and a better than 10% gain in MEMC Electronics. In addition, some current positions in other stocks that haven't been closed out are sitting at gains over 10% Other stocks that have been profiled or recommended in the past include Citigroup (NYSE: C), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Lowe's (NYSE: LOW) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG).

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