SOURCE: Aptus Communications Inc.

August 19, 2006 14:57 ET

New Investing Software From Aptus Communications Turns Investing Into a Virtual "No-Brainer"

QUALICUM BEACH, BC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 19, 2006 -- With the average man living to 78 years of age and the average woman living to 81, outliving your investments is becoming more and more probable.

"Most people don't think about investing seriously for retirement until they are close to 50," said Mark Hing, President of Aptus Communications. "That leaves about 15 years to accumulate enough assets to fund an ever-increasing number of years in retirement."

Starting to invest at a younger age and learning what to invest in are the two most important actions people can take to ensure they enjoy a comfortable, stress-free future.

The Value Stock Selector software solves the second problem by showing users exactly what stocks to purchase, when to buy and when to sell.

"The software is based on the tried-and-true techniques of Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett and Richard Sloan, so you're using only the very best investment strategies," Hing said. "Yet for all its power, the Value Stock Selector is extremely easy to use. Most people are up and running in less than 3 minutes."

The software was designed to allow investors to quickly configure it to return only those stocks that meet a user's specific preferences. With just a few mouse clicks the Value Stock Selector can start delivering the very best undervalued stocks that have solid fundamentals. It makes selecting stocks for retirement and other goals a breeze.

"The earlier you start investing properly, the more you'll have to fund what could be nearly half your life," said Hing, "of course it's never too late to start."

Value Stock Selector is available for immediate download at http://www.ValueStockSelector.com. The price is just $49.

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