SWI "QuickPicks" Ratings Report
Monday July 28, 2014
This is our weekly "SWI QuickPicks"
update, keeping you informed about newly initiated stocks and potential upgrades and downgrades in the QuickPicks section on our StockWatchIndex website. SWI QuickPicks allows investors to follow the market mood and sample the expectations for the week and certain stocks quickly in a very focused manner and in one place. SWI QuickPicks represent the consolidated opinions of carefully selected financial analysts' blogs and Wall Street firms that we respect and frequently sample.
We have initiated coverage on MEDL Mobile (MEDL) three weeks ago,
most likely the most exiting find for us over the last few years. MEDL Mobile has developed a revolutionary Live Streaming Mobile Social Network app with its HangWith (Hang w/) mobile app, running on the Apple iOS and Android platform. MEDL has released a major upgrade version 3.0 to its Hang w/ mobile app and is now moving into the next growth stage of its development. MEDL Mobile has been a fully reporting company on the OTC for the last four years and will be filing it's Q2 Financial Report on or before August 15, 2014.
You can follow the live links for each stock on http://www.stockwatchindex.com/swi-quickpicks/ for more
detail. Please do not miss the wealth of frequently updated news, research reports and other valuable information elsewhere on SWI, especially for the stocks on our WatchIndex
We do not necessarily pick these stocks for "day-trading-profits", although following our picks could create opportunity to do so. Our recommendations are not always based on the day's or week's performance, but often times are based on expectations that we have for the future performance of the Company dependent on the timely implementation of their business plan.
SWI picks companies that it (and other credible researchers) believe have a solid core business model and good potential for success. This service for our subscribers is meant to convey a "quick" reflection of the market mood for certain stocks, which may inspire you to depart on your own research (quick or not). Always talk to your personal investment adviser before making an investment decision.
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