Hot Summer Proposition from Tradecision is Announced

Los Altos, CA (PressExposure) June 15, 2008 -- Alyuda Research Inc. announces the Exclusive Summer Offer aimed to make the professional trading techniques accessible for both experienced traders and those who are new to the world of risky and beneficial financial markets.

Starting from June 10, 2008 and up to June 21, 2008 every customer of Tradecision, a professional-level trading software application for charting, technical analysis and building trading systems, will get NeatScan, a multi-symbol scanning and analyzing program, for free. This tool gives traders the ability to locate money-making opportunities, because the scanner's main task is finding stocks that meet the characteristics specifies by its user.

In addition, to encourage the current Tradecision users to work with constantly improving trading tools we offer them to upgrade their current versions of Tradecision to the latest Real Time version with 15 % discount and to get the NeatScan market scanner absolutely free.

About the Tradecision Application Tradecision uses neural networks and genetic algorithms, providing several exclusive technical analysis capabilities. With Tradecision, traders can successfully combine technical analysis with artificial intelligence in any market, in any time frame. For more information, visit

About Alyuda Research Inc.

Alyuda Research is an internationally recognized provider of technical analysis and neural network software for companies and individuals.
Founded in 2001, Alyuda demonstrates its commitment to innovation and a dedication to its customers by developing high-end solutions with an exceptionally high quality service. The wide range of the company’s products includes two premium- quality trading software applications: Tradecision. For more information, visit []

For more information, please contact:

Dmitriy Fedorishchev
Marketing Department
(510) 931-7808

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Press Release Submitted On: June 11, 2008 at 7:32 am
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