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        by Watching What The Pros Are Doing

                  Make TigerSoft's Closing Power Your Trading Friend.

        Updated 6/30/2012   
       www.tigersoft.com              TigerSoft Studies of Insider Trading

                    Don't Be Fooled by Scheduled Insider Sales.

           This is the SEC's "legal cover" that allows the insider trading.

           Don't think that scheduled insider sales prove that insiders are not trading on non-public information.
           Scheduling them in advance does not.mean they are not trading using non-public information.  Advance
           schedulied selling by insiders can still be rigged to preced the release of bad news.  Here's how:
                        1. The SEC failed to require the scheduled selling to pre-establish the number of shares
                             that will be bpught or sold.  The insider determines at his convenience the number of
                             shares without giving any prior notice.
                        2. The scheduled selling can be moved up in time.  They can be stopped or started.  
                        3   A  plan can, it seems,  be set up to be implemented only a few weeks later..
                        4. The release of the bad news can be delayed until the scheduled insider selling is completed. 
                        5. The scheduling date is flexible and can be changed.  The date can be changed, for example,
                             by factoring in price.

          WikiLeaks explains:
          "Most of us think of insider trading as illegal. It allows those with inside knowledge to tilt the playing field,
           with the small investors invariably losing to the privileged few. Unfortunately for the small investor,
           the big boys get to play by different rules, and it has all been made legal, thanks to the SEC.

          "In 2000 the SEC promulgated Rule 10b5-1. The new Rule was designed to address the confusion
            caused by a series of court decisions that had left investors uncertain about what constitutes insider
            trading. Rule 10b5-1 was designed to "clarify" what constitutes illegal insider trading.

           "But top Wall Street houses were not to be deterred from advantaging their big clients at the
            expense of their small ones. Wall Street firms like JP Morgan found loopholes in Rule 10b5-1
            that allowed them to continue trading on inside information "legally." Indeed, JP Morgan has gone
            so far as to set up an entire 'selling program' within its Securities division to help their clients
            profit from the loophole.

             "Documents obtained earlier this month by Wikileaks from JP Morgan Private Bank, which subtitles
             itself as "World class solutions for wealthy individuals and families", show the firm has a dedicated '10b5-1
             Selling program,' along with a 'dedicated 10b5-1 team' to help its clients take advantage of the loophole.

             "Here's how it works:

              "1. An insider client transfers all or a portion of their company stock into a JP Morgan
                 Securities Inc. brokerage account.

               "2. The insider then develops, in conjunction with the 10b5-1 team, a 'phased, pre-planned
                 sales program to be executed at either market or specified prices'.

                 "3. Depending on the information available to the insider (but not the public), the insider
                 can decide whether to execute the sale or not.

                 "By gaming the system this way, JP Morgan teaches insiders how to use their knowledge
                 to create a rigged market, one in which it is the "house" that always wins, and the small
                 investor that always loses.

                 "Alan D. Jagolinzer, an assistant professor at Stanford University Graduate School of Business,
                 completed a study of roughly 117,000 trades in 10b5-1 plans by 3,426 executives at 1,241
                 companies. He found that trades inside the plans beat the market by 6% over six months.
                 By contrast, executives at the same firms who traded without the benefit of plans beat the
                 market by only 1.9%.http://businessweek.com/magazine/content/06_51/b4014045.htm
                 (December 17, 2008)"

                  Jagolinzer explains:

                "The words "prearranged trading plans" bring to mind a steady pattern of trading over a
                   long period of time.  When discussing their plans, companies tend to reinforce that perception,
                   says LoPresti   (who follows executive trades for Thomson Financial). But in reality,
                   many executives sell huge numbers of shares in a very short time, and often right before a tumble.

                   He then gives some glaring examples of insider trading which did not disturb the SEC's rules
                   or rule-makers in any way.

                    wpe10.jpg (3519 bytes)  "Consider recent trades made by Paul J. Sarvadi, chairman and CEO of
                   Administaff Inc. " (AFF - Kingwood  Tex.), a provider of personnel management services.  
                   The stock's price  soared "from about 15 in May, 2005, to around 42 at the end of October.
                   During that span,  Sarvadi used a trading plan to sell shares worth an average of around
                   $2.3 million a month.   When the stock plateaued in November, his sales stopped. By spring,
                   after the stock began another ascent, Sarvadi was ready to sell again. He instituted a new
                   trading plan on Mar. 9,  and from Apr. 3 to May 1 sold shares for $19 million.  His timing
                   was impeccable. The last  trade was at 59. On May 2, Administaff posted strong first-quarter
                   earnings, but second-quarter forecasts disappointed investors. By May 3 the stock had
                   plunged 25%, to 44, then slid to around 31 by late July. Administaff declined to comment."
                   (No stock chart is available.  Sarvadi is now CEO of NSP - Insperity. )

                   TigerSoft's Closing Power turned down a a most timely point for traders in all the cases which
                   we can chart in ur list here.  Professionals, like market makers and hedge funds operators
                   watch for insider trading by compnay officials.  They look for anything out of the ordinary,
                   especially for very large sell orders or sell orders coming from many different insiders
                   from the same firm.  Such  insider selling is seen as a significant warning that insiders know
                   that there is bad financial news about to come out.  In most cases, the
Tiger Accumulation Index
                   also weakened, but not as much as the Closing Power.  Insititutions had not yet turned bearish
                   in the rising general market of 2005 and 2006, from which these cases are taken.

                   wpe11.jpg (3831 bytes) "Matthew J. Szulik, chairman and CEO of software co. Red Hat Inc.,
                   appears to have had  similarly good timing. After the stock nearly tripled in 2005, he began
                   selling shares through  a plan on Jan. 5, 2006, with sales of 1 million shares for $24 million.
                   From late January to June, he sold roughly 1 million more shares for $28 million. The stock
                   hit 32 in May. But  weaker-than-expected results in the June and September quarters sent the
                   stock tumbling,  to around 16. Red Hat declined to comment."

                   Watch if the Professionals change their stance on the stock.   TigerSoft's Closing Power
                   will tell you what the Pros are doing with their own money, rather than what they may
                   simply be saying for effect.  Compare the chart below with the chart for RHT in the
                   year earlier, the second one.  See the rising Closing Power and the very high blue
                  Accumulation on the rally from 14 to 30.

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                    RHT - 6 months earler showed high accumulation. Following the lead of the Professionals
                    with the TigerSoft Closing Power made trading here very safe.  Usually, we see more red
                    Distribution from our Accumulation Index at the top.  Institutions, judging from the
                    mostly positive Accumulation Index, remained mostly holders here.  The Professionals
                    were proven correct by the continuing weakness of the stock. .

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                   wpe13.jpg (2083 bytes)    "Take the slew of trades made by executives at health insurer Aetna Inc.
                  (AET) earlier this year. From early October to mid-November, 2005, three execs set up plans through
                  which they sold shares during the month of February, 2006. As the stock peaked above 50--up
                   from 10 three years earlier--Chief Financial Officer Alan M. Bennett sold 233,333 shares worth
                   $14.2 million
, Senior Vice-President Craig R. Callen cashed out for $3 million, and
                  John W. Rowe, who retired as CEO that month but remained executive chairman through
                  September, sold shares for $44 million.   The stock peaked on Feb. 23. Some analysts began
                   raising questions about whether Aetna had priced its policies too aggressively the previous fall.
                   Those fears appeared to be confirmed in April when results for the March quarter showed
                   that Aetna was spending a higher portion of its premiums providing care than it had a year earlier.
                   The stock lost 20% in one trading day. In July, when second-quarter numbers showed things
                   getting worse, shares fell 17% in a day. An Aetna spokesman says selling was part of their
                  "systematic planning" for retirement and other things" 

                  That several executives were selling is significant.  It strongly suggests they were selling
                  not for personal reasons, but because they knew the stock had beccame very vulnerable. 
                  Wall Street professionals saw this selling and became net sellers soon aftwards.

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                         wpe14.jpg (2844 bytes)   "In late April, for example, after a 10-month run in which shares of Memphis-based
                          electrical manufacturer Thomas & Betts Corp. (TWB)
) doubled, to almost 60,
                          two top officials began selling shares. Over the next six weeks, CEO Dominic J. Pileggi sold $7
                          million worth of stock, while CFO Kenneth W. Fluke sold $6 million worth over five weeks.
                          In June, as the company's growth slowed, the stock fell below 50; a month later it was down to 45.
                          Thomas & Betts declined to comment other than to say the plans were set up in mid-March.

                           wpe2577.jpg (6599 bytes)     "Broadcom Corp. (BRCM) CEO Scott A. McGregor sold shares from May, 2005,
                          through March of ...(2006). But while his automatic sales in 2005 averaged 2,750 shares a month for
                          around $110,000, in January his trading went into overdrive. From Jan. 3 to Mar. 2 he sold some
                          350,000 shares for almost $19 million. Many of those sales came as the stock surged toward 46
                          on Jan. 27 on better-than-expected performance. After analysts slashed their earnings estimates in
                          April, the stock began a three-month slide, to around 22. While the stock was also hurt by probes
                          into Broadcom's stock options practices, in July it also said third-quarter growth would fall well below
                          forecasts. Broadcom did not respond to repeated requests for comment."

                         Professionals must have noticed CEO McGregor's big increase in selling, because soon afterwards
                          they became net sellers.

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                             wpe10.jpg (2484 bytes)   "Netflix Inc. (NFLX)) CFO Barry W. McCarthy Jr. sold 4,000 shares a week
                            from November, 2005, to July, 2006. But on Apr. 19--less than a week before the stock peaked
                           at 31--McCarthy sold an additional 40,000 shares for $1.2 million."

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                                                If you study market history, as much we have since 1981, you will
                                      see that our
Tiger Accumulation Index measures of insider buying is
                                      much more effective in predicting stock behavior than watching the
                                      published reports of "insider" trading, as the US Securities and
                                      Exchange Commission now defines it.  And it works with overseas
                                      stocks, too, for which there are no published reports of insider
                                      buying and selling.  It works so well because it measures all
                                      "insider buying", not just that which is reported to the SEC.
                                      In 1973, I produced the calculations for the Accumulation Index on a number
                                      of stocks.  They were all so bearish that I thought I had made a
                                      mathematical mistake in the formula.  I had not.  It was the start of
                                      the 1973-1974 bear market. True story.  
                                             The TIgerSoft Accumulation Index is one of several technical
                                      tools for stock market analysis we have invented.  Another is
Professional versus Public Buying and Selling concept.
                                      Most 2009 TigerSoft stock charts show the same bullish divergence
                                      at the start of long advance: the Tiger Public Buying shows
                                      heavy selling and skepticism while Professionals are very aggressively
                                      Buying.    See how the Public distrusted AAPL's early rise while
                                      Professionals bought aggressively.

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                                              These indicators produce Tiger's automatic Buys and Sells. 
                                      They have been extensively back-tested back to 1979, even earlier.

                      With TigerSoft it is to easy to spot insider Stock Buying and  

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                           Imagine the disappointment felt by those holding a declining
                          stock in the wonderful rally of 2009.   Look at the chart below.

                              See how TigerSoft picks up on this
stock's extreme bearishness
                         in two important and unique ways, besides price trend.

                                   1) The first is the way the Tiger 
Accumulation Index frequently
                        dips below -.25
in red territory and thereby confirms the falling price trend. 

                                    2) The second key warning for us is that
Professionals were selling
                        and it was the Public that was Buying
.  See at the bottom of the chart how
                        the two lines representing  these two perspectives diverge.  Public buying
                        from Professionals is a loud siren.

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       A daily TigerSoft chart below shows a year's price fluctuations
                           Most important is what the
internal strength TigerSoft indicators
                           at the chart's bottom shows. 
Most important are Extreme Bulges
                          in the Tiger Accumulation Index.
They show insider buying.

                                These bulges very often occur months before big price advances. 
                         Insiders are buying because they are anticipating very good news in
                         the stock.  It is that good news which makes the stock rise.  Very often
                         the Public does not believe the early rally.  But, typically, at some point, the
                         Public becomes a believer in the stock.  That is not immediately
                         bearish/  In fact, the biggest gains take place in the later stages of
                         stock's long advance very often come when both the Public and the
                         Professionals buy the stock.  This may create a buying climax, or
                         it may just bring the stock up to a much higher price plateau.
                          It is worth noting that this "acceleration-up" bullish condition is one
                         our Tiger Ranker's best flags.  It allows traders to make the big gains
                         in the shortest period of time.

Below are some Bullish examples of intense insider buying,
Public skepticism, Professional Buying and late-stage Public
   The bulges of Blue Accumulation produce red Buys.

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Automatic Buy arrows appear when the bulges and Professional
                     buying are considered very significant.   The Buy B12, B20 and B24
                    signals show when TigerSoft users should buy the stock.  Tiger
                    users may or may not know anything about the company.  All they
                    need to know is that insiders and professionals are buying and that
                    TigerSoft has back-tested this method of trading extensively,
                    as far back as 1928.

                         SCSS (below) is a another recent example. Click on CNAM, CYT, DTG,
                   EZPW, NENG, PCYC, SANM and WAVX to see some others.  In each case, notice
                   how the bulge of insider buying and TigerSoft automatic Buys soon afterwards
                   brought very profitable rallies. 

                         It's true: these are smaller, less well know companies.  That's where
                   the most opportunity has usually been.  Bigger capitalization stocks
                   show the same characteristics.  Mostly they don't move up as much.
                   Our website has hundreds of examples of the importance of looking for
                   these bulges of insider buying and watching what Professionals, not the
                   Public, is doing with its money, in all types of stocks, commodities and ETFs.

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                     So, now you see that you CAN Trade The Stock Market
           like An Insider.  The major difference is that with TigerSoft
           you can do it legally. 

   Insiders invariably trade at a huge advantage.  Many know exactly
   what the news will be for their company.  Many trade illegally,
   because the SEC is ineffective and serves mainly to make
   individual stock investors think the playing field is level.

         Below is a recent typical Tiger pick.  Study the TigerSoft chart.
   See how it showed bulges of key insider buying and was a Buy
   when the automatic Buy Signals appeared.



      Odyssey Exploration - 2007 - is just one example among thousands.
        Someone always knows first.  And, most likely, he tells his wife or
        someone else as part of a mutual "back-scratching" business arrangement.
        When an insider buys a lot of the stock in the exploration company
        he works for, his stock broker will usually take notice and starts buying,
        too.   I would say such cases show that it is nearly impossible to prevent
        serious insider buying,  even when the company takes every step it can
        to prevent it, as Odyssey in the example below appears to have done.

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                                     Discovery of The Black Swan - Discovery Channel

                                      Odyssey Exploration, a publicly traded company in Tampa,
                                      discovered more than a half a billion dollars worth of Gold
                                      and Silver in a 400-year old sunken treasure ship in the
                                      Spring of 2007.  The key oceanographer, Ernie Tapanes, who
                                      made the actual discovery then bought more than 42,000 shares
                                      of the company's  stock before the company released the
                                      information to the public. 

                                      I would say that judging from the jump in trading activity in the
                                      stock at this time (See below), the oceanographer did not keep
                                      the secret very well, even even though he and other Odyssey
                                      employees had been advised by the company,  that such
                                      purchases would be illegal insider trading.  Odyssey employees
                                      were at the time required by the company to sign non-disclosure
                                      pledges and a statement that they would not buy the stock until the
                                      public announcement.  

Tapanes was not the only eager new buyer in the last
                                      two months of the chart below, when the stock rose 50% and
                                      right before the public announcement of the discovery.
Other insiders,
                                      as TigerSoft defines them, who did not even work for the
                                      company,  were very likely pushing the stock up.  The term "insiders"
                                      refers to anyone privy to material non-public knowledge about the
                                      company's prospects, not simply the CEO, officers of the company  
                                      or Board members who are legally required to report transactions in
                                      the company's stock.  The nested Tigersoft "B12", "B20" and "B24"
                                      signals register such trading and are our alerts.  (For more
                                      information about what is legally defined as "insider trading"
                                      and TigerSoft's working definition of it for trading purposes, please
                                      see - http://www.tigersoft.com/Insiders/index.html )

                                                  Keeping A Secret like This Is Next To Impossible.

                                      We will never know with any certainty who these other buyers were
                                      and why they bought  Odyssey at this time.  Did Tapanes tell his wife
                                      why he was buying 42,000 shares of stock?  Did she tell others?
                                      Did he or she call home to Canada or Cuba and tell anyone?  I believe
                                      it's more likely he told others.  Who could keep a secret like this?
                                      Tapanes, after all, was the one who found the treasure.  Most people
                                      in this situation would be bursting to tell of their life's dream come true.
                                      Nevertheless, the law required him to tell no one.  Once he started
                                      working for a publicly traded company, he had fiduciary responsibilities
                                      to the company's shareholders.                                       
                                      Did the brokers who took the unusual order to buy shares in the
                                      exploration company by the lead explorer there, take note and buy
                                      shares themselves?  My experience with stock brokers suggests
                                      they probably did.  That's how they make a living!  Did they tell
                                      others?   Again, that's how they make a living. 

                                      Motivations are always hard to disentangle.  They are even harder
                                      to prove.  To further confuse the issue of why OMEX rose 50% in
                                      the two months before the public announcement of the discovery,
                                      we must mention that in March 2007, the Spanish government finally
                                      consented to the company's excavation of the previously discovered
                                      British ship, the Sussex.  Spain had blocked this for 14 months.
                                      (Source.)  What's more, the DJIA rose 10%  from March to May 2007. 

                                                                   Our Recommendation To Buy

                                      All we know for sure is that TigerSoft recommended buying
                                      Odyssey at 4.24 on our Stocks' Hotline and Elite Stock Professional
                                      (ESP) service two weeks before the company announced the
                                      discovery of the "Black Swan".   Here is an email I got at the

                                                  May 18th, 2007  
                                      Just wanted you to know you made me a lot of money today...
                                      OMR (now OMEX) entered my watch lists after showing up in the Elite report...
                                      Not a bad day, up about $60,000 in a single stock.  Without Tiger
                                      I never would have found this...
                                                                                                    Thanks,     JS"

                     Odyssey Exploration's Stock Prices
                         Just before The Accouncement
          of The Discovery of The Black Swan in May 2007

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                                                   Announcement about The Treasure's Discovery

                                     Not surprisingly, when the discovery was made public the stock
                                     immediately doubled, at which point the the oceanographer
                                     promptly sold his shares.  The stock soon collapsed as Spain
                                     challenged the company's right to "their" gold and short-sellers
                                     ganged up on the stock, figuring that all the good news was
                                     now out and most people who had been interested in buying the
                                     stock aggressively would have already done so... Our Accumulation
                                     Index quickly turned negative.  This can occur when professional
                                     short sellers take control of the stock. In other cases, it means
                                     insiders are selling the stock.                                    

                                      Below is the TigerSoft chart of Odyssey back then.   Note that we
                                      define bulges of our TigerSoft Accumulation Index above +.50 to be
                                      "insider buying".  The legal definition of "insider trading" is not
                                      practical for trading purposes.  "Insider" trade reporting as required
                                      by the SEC is quite limited in scope, applying mostly to the officers
                                      of a company.

                         Odyssey Exploration - 2006-2007
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                                                                     The SEC's Reaction

                                     Even the SEC admitted this was an egregious case of insider trading. 
                                     The toothless Bush SEC did not seek a criminal prosecution.  It did not
                                     require Tapanes to say under oath who else he had informed,
                                     outside the company.  Instead, Tapanes relinquished his profit 
                                     and paid an additional $107,000 fine.  The SEC has said that no other
                                     Odyssey employees were under suspicion of insider trading. 

                                     The St. Petersburg Times wrote: "Odyssey executives distanced
                                     themselves from Tapanes on Thursday. In a written statement, the
                                     treasure-hunting company identified him as "one of many independent
                                     consultants" and "not a direct employee." But published accounts
                                     show that the quiet, cigar-smoking Tapanes has been an integral part
                                     of the company's success."
http://www.sptimes.com/2008/01/18/Business/Illegal_insider_tradi.shtml )

                                      There are two morals here:  (1) Heed the classic adage:
                                     "Buy on the rumor and sell on the news."   (2) Use TigerSoft.
                                      The SEC is there to only give the appearance of a level playing field.
                                      We at TigerSoft were not privy to the rumor; yet we recommended
                                      buying Odyssey at 4.25 two weeks before it doubled, simply
                                      because of the bulge of insider buying that the TigerSoft charts
( On July 15, 2009 the SEC charged six Odyssey insiders with insider trading.)

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                                      If you study market history, as much we have since 1981, you will see
                                      that our Accumulation Index measures of insider buying is much
                                      more effective in predicting stock behavior than watching the
                                      published reports of "insider" trading, as the US Securities and
                                      Exchange Commission now defines it.  And it works with overseas
                                      stocks, too, for which there are no published reports of insider
                                      buying and selling.  The TIgerSoft Accumulation Index is one of
                                      several technical tools for stock market analysis we have invented
                                      and extensively back-tested that is truly indispensible to someone
                                      seriously seeking consistent stock profits. 

                                                          The battle for investment Survival Just Got
                                                                           A Lot Easier with TigerSoft..

           Insider Selling Is Rampant before A Bankruptcy or Steep Stock Decline.
                                                    CHINESE STOCKS, INDY BANK, GENERAL MOTORS.

                                      How Does TigerSoft Spot Insider Selling?
Deeply Negative (red) Accumulation and False Rallies.

                                                    Example: Apple Computer's stock dropped 50% in three weeks in 1987.
                                                    TigerSoft spotted it and warned customers of an impending
                                                    general market collapse.  The method for spotting its top
                                                    has worked in calling general market and stoock tops
                                                    since 1929, as you will see below.  The TigerSoft "S9"
                                                    on APPLE was very bearish, given how far up the stock was.              

                                                                   AAPLE - 1987 Top
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                           What Identifies An Explosive Super Stock BEFORE It Doubles or Triples?
Lengthy periods of Positive (blue) Accumulation and
                                                    Intense Bulges of Accumulation and New Price Highs

Many examples - see AMGN, IST, KIRK, DDRX etc...below

                          Our trading strategy is simple.

  First, know if the general market is safe
       or dangerous, by using Peerless Stock
       Market Timing.

See Peerless Stock Market Timing: 1915-2009,

            Secondly, know whether Insiders and
       Professionals Are Buying or Selling Your Stocks. 

             Please read on for more exmples.....

    With TigerSoft it is to easy to spot early-on insider Buying and  

Insider Buying

                            Steadily (blue) Accumulation means heavy institutional buying.
Example:   AMGN 1990 - hit $95 in 2000.
                            More information - Tiger's Power Ranker
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If there are bulges of (blue) Accumulation above +.50 and prices
                            rise afterwards, consider savvy insiders themselves to be buying.

Use next automatic TigerSoft Buy then and hold until (blue) 50-day
                            mvg.avg, is violated.

                                        KIRK in 2009 is now 14.24, up 300% in 4 months!
                            There are many more like this in the stealthy 2009 Bull Market.
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                            Example:    Take-Over target - IST rise from 9 to 38 in a year,
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                                                     Insider Selling

                            If the the Accumulation Index becomes steadily (red) negative
                            and drops below -.25, consider insider selling to be taking place.
                                               Dow Jones Industrial Avg, in 1929
                                               False rallies showing (red) negative distribution
                                                        bring major severe market declines and bear markets. 
See the false rally tops in the DJI charts of 1966,1972, 1987,
                                               2000 and 2007 at the bottom of this page.

                                               Peerless Stock Market Timing: 1915-2009 shows them all.
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                               Insiders knew BANKRUPTCY was coming to INDY-MAC!
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                                  WASHINGTON MUTUAL: 2007-2008 Go To ZERO!

                     TigerSoft warned it would go bankrupt in 2007 after seeing
                     how extensive the insider selling was, specifically by its CEO.
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                                              Chinese Stock Index in November 2007.
                                              Our TigerSoft predicted a Crash for Chinese stocks
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                                              Insider Selling in England
British Northern Rock Debacle Made Insiders A Billion Pounds 
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                                              General Motors

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                           So, trading and investing need not be difficult or dangerous.

                          TigerSoft, you will see, is Easy, Reliable, Fairly Priced
                          And Is Backed up with Friendly Support and Rich
                          Historical Documentation from All Market Eras.    We provide
                          data and a nightly hotline, so that you can "earn while 
                          you learn" what we show you based on 28 years of
                          intensive studies of the financial markets.       

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                                  Since 1981, we have been helping investors and traders gain in
                                  the stock market by showing them how to spot insider buying and
                                  insider selling, using TigerSoft's Accumulation Index, Tiger's Closing Power
                                  and Peerless Stock Market Timing: 1915-2010.   Without such tools,
                                  trading losses are a high risk in markets like we have just seen.

                            "CALLING ALL TOPS"
                                             SAFETY IS THE FIRST PRIORITY

                      The 2003-2007 bull market ended with multiple sets of major sells
                      and a key support failure,   This we show elsewhere is exactly how all
                      other bull markets have ended since 1928.  That year's data is the
                      earliest there is for producing all the automatic Buys and Sells on
                      our Peerless Stock Market Timing,   

                                                                 2007 - MARKET TOP    

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               We offer:

                               Stock/Commodity Charting and Analytical Software.

                               Many Years of Back-Testing To Maximize Performance.
                               Unique Tiger's Trend and Insider Trading Analysis
                              A Nightly On-Line Hotline

                              Automatic Nightly Data Feed.    

                                           Our Software and Services Feature:

Unique Tools To Spot Key Insider Buying and Selling. 
---   Trading / Investing Software - Simple To Use.
---   Make Your Retirement Account Safer
---  Buy The Best Stocks, When The Market Environment Is Safe.
---  Time-Tested Automatic Buy and Sell Signals.


---  The World's Best Technical Support.
---  Monthly San Diego TigerSoft  User Meetings.



                 OR WHEN YOU USE TIGERSOFT! 

               TigerSoft will show you how to
                 make Goldman Sachs pay!

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Goldman Sachs Is "The GREED CONNECTION" between Wall Street and Washington
                   Paulson Takes Corruption and Cronyism To Dizzying New Highs.
      Goldman Sachs has its people everywhere in government. 
             Small wonder it is the most profitable, glorified Wall Street
             hedge-fund, masquerading as a commercial bank so that
             it can get access to cheap money at the Federal Reserve. 

                    The CEOs at these companies have little shame.  So, don't
             be surprised when they try to steal your money, if you
             don't have TigerSoft to tell you the score and show you
             how the game is being played.  Example: last September,
             Henry Paulson, Bush's Treasury Secretary - who had
             previously been Goldman's CEO, arranged a taxpayer gift
             of $12.9 BILLION for Goldman when he bailed out AIG. 
             If AIG - the big insurance company - had been allowed to fail,
             as Goldman's rivals - Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers -
             did,   Goldman would be probably have gone broke or
             have become just another $10 has-been stock!

  But Goldman had been slipping protection money to Paulson,
            now worth 1/2 Billion, in the form of years of huge bonuses. 
            And now - what a surprise! - we discover that Obama's
            biggest campaign contributor was none other than Goldman
            Sachs.  Not for nothing as a result - but for a million dollars
            up-front, Obama has publicly declared that Wall Street had
            done nothing criminally wrong or fraudulent in bringing on
            the 2007-2008 World Financial Collapse.  This Obama assures
            us, while refusing to order a full-blown investigation of
            the facts behind the Crash before prejudging Goldman's


   Goldman's TigerSoft Chart show how bullish a stock can look
            when the companies' insiders know it is fully backed and
            financed by the US Government.  The public thought Obama
            would reform Wall Street!  Insiders at Goldman knew he
            was their ally, protector and benefactor!


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In our opinion, far too many CEOs are over-paid criminals. 

         They add insult to injury by then selling millions of
         dollars worth of their companies' shares at the top
         and buy them back at the bottom.

         Too harsh? Who but a crook would take 1/2 Billion from
         a company's shareholders and customers and then sell out
         his shares at the top, six months before the company goes
         bankrupt, for all practical purposes? 

         With TigerSoft, we can see this insider selling, as it is taking
         place.  We could even sell short these shares and make
        "killer short sale profits." 


The soon-to-be criminal case of Anthony Mozilla,
                           ex-CEO of Countrywide Financial.

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June 5, 2009 -
Mozilo charged with fraud, insider trading by SEC

           Don't expect CNBC to tell you to sell.  
                       CNBC's Jim Cramer urged his viewers in 2007 NOT to sell Countrywide.
          February 7, 2007 - http://www.thestreet.com/story/10337828/jim-cramers-stop-trading-buy-countrywide.html
          August 16, 2007 -  http://www.thestreet.com/story/10374792/jim-cramers-stop-trading-dont-sell-countrywide.html

          TigerSoft's Blog on August 2, 2007 showed folks how to find the best stocks like Countrywide to go short.

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Insider selling before the collapse of a stock is rampant. 
        Investors and traders need TigerSoft for their own protection.
        Here are some TigerSoft links showing insider selling, heavy
        (red) Distribution from TigerSoft and subsequent price
        collapses in shares:

               Washington Mutual - ex-CEO Killinger
               CitiGroup - Board member, ex-Goldman CEO,
                         US Treasury Secretary under Clinton - Robert Rubin

               Bank of America - Ken Lewis
               Ryland Group - Dreier Chad  
               Donald Trump

               Here are the three greediest of the greedy - CEOs who
               defrauded shareholders and committed insider trading and
               stock manipulation.   thestackeddeck.com's   This was
               prepared before Goldman Sachs  took the stage in 2007-2009,

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               Card Caption:
   This part-time Bush advisor and full-time millionaire was
                       selling company stock while telling employees to buy. Big surprise Enron folded
                       under his watch.  He happily drove up energy prices in 2001 by manipulating
                       the energy futures, causing deadly "brown-outs.". 

              Dennis Kozlowski  - Tyco CEO  wpe1E47.jpg (9223 bytes)
"A true Tycoon of corporate malfeasance: tax evasion, grand larceny,
                      enterprise corruption, falsifying business records, and securities fraud."

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               Waksaal of Imclone.  
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                   What A Stock Looks Like Headed To ZERO!

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One more example - CitiGroup. It hit $1.00 a share in March 2009.

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     CRUDE OIL: 2007-2008 Illustrates how quickly the Tiger Accumulation
    The trend-changes of Tiger'S Closing Power confirmed the trend-change.

     Both tools were invented by TigerSoft and have been back-tested as far
     back as 1928.
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                                   OF A FUTURE EXPLOSIVE SUPER STOCK

             Bulges of intense (Blue) Accumulation show insider buying.  If the insiders are
             savvy and the general market holds up,  prices will soon breakout to new highs
             and advance quickly.  Only after prices have already risen a long way will the
             good news that propels them upwards come out.   That is when the broad public
             usually buys.   We want our people to get in at the beginning of the move.  The
             early major Buy signals tell us when to buy.  We hold as long as the trend is up,
             using the blue 50-day moving average.  TigerSoft makes finding such stocks
             very easy.   Our Peerless Stock Market Timing tell you when the market is safe.
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                                                         MORE EXAMPLES TO STUDY!

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