HighLevelCharts.com Offers Bullishness/Bearishness Index for Equity Investors

Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from HighLevelCharts.com

    ALBERTA, Canada, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- HighLevelCharts.com Inc., a
 consulting firm for professional and non-professional investors who trade
 currencies, global equity indices, US equities, commodities, and US interest
 rates, announced today the immediate availability of its
 Bullishness/Bearishness Index at http://www.highlevelcharts.com.
     HighLevelCharts.com relies exclusively on technical chart analysis to
 suggest trade recommendations.  They believe that the judicious use of chart
 and fundamental analysis can produce an excellent risk/reward profile that is
 more effective than traditional fundamental analysis.
     Confident in its ability to provide superior analysis, HighLevelCharts.com
 shares an archive of previous recommendations.  Subscribers can verify their
 track record at the web site.
     HighLevelCharts.com appreciates that subscribers do not want to remember
 to log into websites to check on technical updates.  Hence,
 HighLevelCharts.com e-mails an executive summary of new analysis directly to
 subscribers.  Subscribers are then free to login to see more detailed analysis
 at their convenience.
     "Alberta is sufficiently distant from the noise and special interests of
 Wall Street," said Gerry Agnew, president of HighLevelCharts.com.  "We can
 listen to what the market is telling us from a distance.  We have been bearish
 equities and bullish energy for many months and our clients have benefited.
 Many will be surprised how low equity prices will go and how stubbornly high
 energy prices will remain."
     Drawing on 30 years of technical analysis experience, Agnew gives a unique
 perspective in these turbulent times.  For more information visit
 http://www.highlevelcharts.com.
 
     Contact:  Gerry Agnew of HighLevelCharts.com, 780-926-3425, or
                Gerry@HighLevelCharts.com .
 
     This release was issued through DigitalWork.com - Your Business Workshop.
 For more information visit: http://www.digitalwork.com.
 
 

SOURCE HighLevelCharts.com
    ALBERTA, Canada, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- HighLevelCharts.com Inc., a
 consulting firm for professional and non-professional investors who trade
 currencies, global equity indices, US equities, commodities, and US interest
 rates, announced today the immediate availability of its
 Bullishness/Bearishness Index at http://www.highlevelcharts.com.
     HighLevelCharts.com relies exclusively on technical chart analysis to
 suggest trade recommendations.  They believe that the judicious use of chart
 and fundamental analysis can produce an excellent risk/reward profile that is
 more effective than traditional fundamental analysis.
     Confident in its ability to provide superior analysis, HighLevelCharts.com
 shares an archive of previous recommendations.  Subscribers can verify their
 track record at the web site.
     HighLevelCharts.com appreciates that subscribers do not want to remember
 to log into websites to check on technical updates.  Hence,
 HighLevelCharts.com e-mails an executive summary of new analysis directly to
 subscribers.  Subscribers are then free to login to see more detailed analysis
 at their convenience.
     "Alberta is sufficiently distant from the noise and special interests of
 Wall Street," said Gerry Agnew, president of HighLevelCharts.com.  "We can
 listen to what the market is telling us from a distance.  We have been bearish
 equities and bullish energy for many months and our clients have benefited.
 Many will be surprised how low equity prices will go and how stubbornly high
 energy prices will remain."
     Drawing on 30 years of technical analysis experience, Agnew gives a unique
 perspective in these turbulent times.  For more information visit
 http://www.highlevelcharts.com.
 
     Contact:  Gerry Agnew of HighLevelCharts.com, 780-926-3425, or
                Gerry@HighLevelCharts.com .
 
     This release was issued through DigitalWork.com - Your Business Workshop.
 For more information visit: http://www.digitalwork.com.
 
 SOURCE  HighLevelCharts.com