Tuesday, April 29, 2008

MarketGuru is an investor community that helps you create your ideal portfolio based on your investment philosophy

What Company Is Offering:
MarketGuru is an investor community that helps you create your ideal portfolio based on your investment philosophy and the risk level you're willing to assume.

MarketGuru is like no other site. All their members are categorized by the risk their portfolios carry and ranked by their performance.

How It Works:

MarketGuru's mission is to bring together investors from around the world. They identify individual excellence based on proven track records and allow members to follow their peers of choice, increasing their personal knowledge base and level of information their trading decisions are based on. This knowledge is aimed at positively impacting portfolio gains and member confidence in the ability to invest well and reach personal investing goals.

MarketGuru is about providing the infrastructure for the worlds' investors to converge together, share ideas and wisdom and be rewarded financially for a job well done. For this reason they pay out 50% of all premium membership fees and divide them among Gurus (members who have at least one follower*) according to the number of followers each Guru has. Any member can become a Guru and you will never be asked to identify yourself.

They've provided the basic tools you'll need to make the most out of our community and are committed to keep working hard at understanding your needs and providing you with state of the art tools to make your investing experience as fun and rewarding as possible. You don't need to actually own a portfolio to participate in our community.

More at:http://www.marketguru.com/

5 comments:

Guliamo said...

I love this site. It's a new approach to investing.. and a site you can actually use for real investment decisions.

Kohalza said...

It's the best site I know for investors. Going to be the next big thing...

Anonymous said...

Check out Xearn.com instead. It's easier to use and gives you more performance measures.

BlackTuna said...

I prefer Market Guru by far.. It's better for the long term investor.

BT

BlackTuna said...

I like Market Guru better for long term investing.. no doubt..
BT