April 18, 2007 13:56 ET

MPL Communications Inc.: New Investment Web Site Offers Daily Advice From Around the World

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - April 18, 2007) - MPL Communications Inc. (TSX VENTURE:MPZ), Canada's leading publisher of investment advice, today announced the launch of a new web site, Daily Buy-Sell Adviser. The site breaks new ground in bringing readers news, advice and opinion from around the investment world.

Daily Buy-Sell Adviser draws on the leading investment advisories from Canada, the United States and overseas. Every day, the site offers fresh digests of the most timely observations and recommendations from these pre-eminent market letters.

The result is a distinctive mixture of market analysis, investment philosophy and specific buy-sell recommendations.

A typical story might originate with the opinion of a respected U.S. advisory on an issue such as the recent takeover bids for BCE Inc. initiated by Kravis, Kohlberg & Roberts and the implications for investors on both sides of the border. That discussion would likely be accompanied by assessments and recommendations on other merger and acquisition candidates.

Daily Buy-Sell Adviser becomes the third online product in the MPL Communications stable. The company's original site,, offers a full range of services to investors, including data and analysis on stocks, buy-sell advice and portfolio management. A second service, Buy-Sell Research Reports, constitutes the largest online research library in Canada.

Both and Buy-Sell Research Reports provide exclusive investment data and buy-sell advice to paying subscribers. Daily Buy-Sell Adviser is completely free.

MPL Communications is Canada's largest provider of independent investment advice. Through its publication and online services, MPL is Canada's market leader in the publishing of specialized investment advice and information.

The company's print publications include the widely-followed Investment Reporter, a weekly founded in 1941 and one of the oldest continuously published advisories in North America, and the bi-weekly Investor's Digest of Canada, Canada's pre-eminent newspaper for investors.

Other publications in Canada include the Canadian Mutual Fund Adviser, the Money Reporter, The MoneyLetter, Blue Book of Stock Reports, The TaxLetter and Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street.

The company's eleven print publications currently serve 66,100 paying subscribers and the company maintains a relationship with 170,000 known Canadian investors.

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