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No. RT-Int’l: Optimal Finance Trading™ Strategically Ranked International Securities

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Current No. RT-Int’l PDF Scan & Rank Report
Jan. 20, 2009 (Revised every Tuesday)

  • RT-Int’l Scan & Rank Goal: Based indirectly on the broad categories analyzed in the internationally focused foundational report revisions (No. D4, No. D5, and No. D6 in the first SCR section "SCR: Finance R & A" ), our international research analysts have strategically ranked by performance, at the time of this No. RT-Int’l Optimal Trading report, securities shown in the following bullets.
  • RT- Int’l Scan & Rank Categories: Tradable securities (ETFs) within broad internationally focused categories ranked to be able to be used with your favorite strategies. In any strategy, you should protect your capital by exiting your position when your chosen exit stop has been triggered (then come back to us for another security :-)). If you’re interested, further study of strategies, including ones with capital protective exit stops, can be found at the following sites: At Strategies: From A To Z at Strategies: By Type and at Strategies: Full Systems.
  • Tradable securities (ETFs) ranked by price performance from the following geographical categories:

    Africa & Middle East, Americas (without USA), Asia & Australia, Europe, and Emerging Market Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, etc.).

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