How to speed up web browsing and enjoy life

Here's something you can use right away; it will help you enormously on the Internet and it has nothing to do with MarketClub.

Well maybe it has a little to do with MarketClub, because I am demonstrating the new Safari 4 browser using our website, Safari 4 is the new web-browser available to users for free by Apple. This new version has been under beta-testing for quite some time and could possibly be the fastest browser on the web today.

This short video shows you one of Safari 4's greatest features. Apple calls it Cover Flow and you'll will call it marvelous.

In the second part of the video, we take a look at Apple and how the stock price is doing. As you may know, I had been looking for a Fibonacci retracement and it appears that the Fibonacci retracement has been completed for the time being.Take a few minutes to watch this short video and see how you can benefit from this new Apple browser and our analysis of Apple's stock price.

The video is free to watch and there is no need to register. I would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison


Co-creator, MarketClub

3 thoughts on “How to speed up web browsing and enjoy life

  1. I like very much the way the technical are explained, I learn more since.

    About Safari 4, I'm with a Mac already but with the actual older Safari version (3.2.1) WOW, your video convince me to up grade now!
    You should mention that Safari4 is not only for Mac, but also for Window system.
    Sorry, I have to leave to up-grade now. 🙂

  2. Thanks Adam for the tip, I will update.

    I have not found a place on MC to make suggestions so I am putting this here.

    Have you seen the Verwoot article on ATR trailing stops with buy and sell signals in latest Stocks and Commodities Magazine? Kirk report yesterday showed how it can be applied to ETFs very accurately. The article apparently includes free code. I see that MC has ATR indicator and wonder whether this can be used the same way, or could you incorporate Verwoot's approach to show ATR trailing stop line as an additional filter? A blog on this would be useful.

    Just an idea.

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