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PeakTrader.com provides a comprehensive methodology to be highly successful trading in financial markets, using economics, portfolio optimization, and technical analysis. We provide unique information on how to maximize return and minimize risk at the same time and over time. Our research includes the most relevant information that will influence the stock market and individual stocks. All stock market and individual stock research are original works of PeakTrader.com. Our top stock picks are updated daily. We provide the best stocks, which include large and small cap stocks, penny stocks, biotech stocks, hot stocks, and fundamentally or relatively undervalued or overvalued stocks for stock options.

"Why Memberships are Worth the Price"

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• The “Learn Portfolio Optimization” book reveals the most successful principles, concepts, methods, and strategies on portfolio optimization, from beginning to advanced levels, which can be used for both option and stock portfolios.

• The “Economics Universe" book provides economic theories, models, and general information through Ph. D level Economics in easy to understand terms.

• "Option and Stock Portfolios" sections (with up-to-the minute trades, next possible trades, next day and next week trading plans, and market commentaries), "Top Stock Picks" section, and "Market Forecast" section.

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PeakTrader.com is a Limited Liability Company (L.L.C.) registered with the Secretary of State of Colorado.

  PeakTrader.com uses a successful and dynamic system that anticipates and adjusts to stock market conditions, with up-to-the minute trades posted throughout the trading day for anyone to follow or copy. Many stock market websites use common trading systems and then claim high returns, which are not realistic. If simplistic and static systems worked consistently, then almost everyone would outperform the market.
 
 


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