SOURCE: Investing Systems

March 10, 2007 00:14 ET

Investing Systems: Stock Investing System That "Forces" Investors to Buy Low & Sell High Now Used in More Than 70 Countries

AMELIA ISLAND, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 10, 2007 --Investing Systems Inc. announced today that their technology for buying and selling stocks is now used in more than 70 countries.

"Position Cost Averaging is a portfolio management strategy for the long-term investor that forces them to buy low and sell high," said William McKinley, President of Investing Systems. "While this strategy has been around since the 1970s, we're very happy that users around the world have taken to our automated software version."

The Position Cost Averaging stock investing system is a software tool based on the book "How to Make $1,000,000 In the Stock Market Automatically," by Robert Lichello.

Originally printed in 1977, and re-printed several times since, the book contains a systematic technique for buying low and selling high every time.

The system is now a stand alone stock investing software application for all Windows based operating systems.

Position Cost Averaging stock investing system is strategically buying into price weakness and selling into price rallies automatically compounding portfolio.

"Buying low and selling high has now been reduced to a mathematic certainty," McKinley continued. "Now we have the new ETFs available to further mitigate risk and make it even easier to manage your own portfolio."

Position Cost Averaging is a software system shipped on CD ROM along with a copy of the book "How to Make $1,000,000 In the Stock Market Automatically," by Robert Lichello.

Investors in more than seventy countries use Position Cost Averaging to manage their stock investing portfolios.

To learn more about the compounding algorithm used in Position Cost Averaging visit:

http://www.StockSystem.com

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    Investing Systems Inc.
    Amelia Island
    Douglas Newberry
    904/261-5289
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