+Here is an excerpt from the May 4 BUSINESS WEEK....
"The biggest number of new products aimed at short-term traders, however, are making their debuts on the Web. Many firms are feverishly altering product lines and business plans to appeal to these new traders. The incentive for information providers to offer accurate, timely, value-added information over the Web and to help people interpret it correctly, is huge. Firms such as PC Quote Inc. and Telescan Inc., which have long geared their software to sophisticated investors, are revamping their offerings. ``The Internet brought us more of a `common man' type of market,'' says Jerry Smith, a Telescan vice-president. ``To remain customers, people have to use our technology and make money with it. So we've spent almost all of our time translating capabilities to the beginner level and are adding a lot of educational material.'' PC Quote CEO Jim R. Porter says firms such as his realized that ``if we begin to empower the individual with the tools to manage their own assets, their motivation will afford them the possibility to do this better than some broker is going to do for them, perhaps"
PQT and TSCN are looking good (I hold both). Revamping products and services to cater to people like us!!
See cover: target=new >http://www.businessweek.com/
The story is not on PQT, but on trading without traditional brokers. You make it sound as if BW is doing to a cover story on PQT. Quotes from executives of PQT/TSCN going to move the stock? I am sceptical. But I am hoping you are right.
Scummeister, Larryloser and the lying king are all part of a group of pump and dumpers. Take their free advice with a grain of salt! They are here to pump this stock. If you don't believe me look at the LEAP BB