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ePredict.com brings a three pronged approach to investing: Fundamental and Technical Analysis and our proprietary member only Systematic Analysis™.  Fundamental Analysis is the study of a companies financial history from earnings to dividends to financial ratios. Technical Analysis is the study of a company's price trends. All of this is valuable but in addition, ePredict.com brings the uniqueness of Systematic Analysis™ which is a systematic view of investor's expectations and likely behavior.  Our unique and valuable Systematic Analysis™ surveys and reports give our members a leg up on investing in today's stock market. 

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The Power of our Peers

ePredict.com was founded on the basic principle that collectively our peers possess the ability to more accurately predict stock performance and outperform the S&P 500. Other financial information sources, such as typical brokerage has an analyst that says stock "x" is a good buy and lists the reasons, mostly fundamentals, some sector analysis, and potentially some technical analysis. Then the brokers at the firm take the information from the in-house analyst and tell it to their clients who buy the stock. The stock goes up.

We approach it from the reverse, we get thousands of people who believe a stock is a buy (or sell) and report on their expectations and likely behavior. These thousands of investors then call it into to their brokers or execute the trade themselves online and the stock goes up. So would you rather have one man's opinion in New York driving a stock through their brokers (where you find out last) or would you rather have thousands of people who invest in stocks driving it from their inherent and core beliefs. 

To provide an example, the Seattle Times has conducted a yearly contest since 1990, where their readers are asked to predict the ten stocks they believe will increase in value in the coming year. When compared with the results from a random selection of stocks and to the major U.S. stock indices, the reader's picks have accomplished stunning results over the past nine years. They outperformed the random stock picks 6-to-1 and the S&P; 500 3-to-1. Assuming an investor started with a $100,000 investment in 1990, the chart below illustrates these astonishing results.

Readers' Predictions Exceed Stock Indices


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