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written by reader S.T.A.R.S. super computer program from Oxford Club

By Brady, February 16, 2016

Just found an intriguing stock picking program from Marc Lichtenfeld, but Marc tends to be a little on the wild side with his programs and suggestions. This one involves a super computer (S.T.A.R.S.) program that picks stocks through artificial intelligence able to accomplish what no human can do. I had to read this one! Apparently, this super computer tracks every (yes, every) stock out there and by analyzing all the variables associated, can cherry pick the winners better than no human. Now this sounds compelling, or silly. Whichever…you must come up with $595. to find out which stocks this computer will be picking for us now. I’d love to know the name of this program and whether Marc is talking out of his hat. Super computers…variables… stock stars…my oh my! Please look into this, Travis. It’s either a magical winner or a foolish loser.

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modernrock
6 years ago

It is what it is…. marketing. Here is the deal, if someone has the magic bullet, don’t you think they would sell it for more than $595 a year? Better yet, maybe they would keep the magic to themselves and make bazillions and keep it all? It is just marketing material for another newsletter based on technical analysis.

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dallston
dallston
6 years ago

I am looking at subscribing to an options service; however, my research just turns up one after an other service that is either a scam or just does not produce. Has anyone had success with a service?

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