Marlie Parsons

The gurus of Wall Street seem to be simultaneously blushing red with shame while at the same time they are green with envy. That's because they risk being shown up by a robot that may be smarter than they are when it comes to picking stocks that will increase in value. This artificial intelligence program goes by the name of Stock Assault - Stock Assault Review, and it is creating big waves across the investment community because of its user friendliness. In a nutshell, people who use this program do not need to know anything at all about how the stock market works. They don't have to read the Wall Street Journal and they do not even need to understand stock ticker symbols. All they have to do is run the software and trust what it tells them to do.

While veteran stock traders are losing their shirts, Stock Assault 2.0 is giving novice traders the unfair advantage they need to rake in big profits, even though they may be total greenhorns when it comes to picking stocks and buying and selling shares. On the surface, this may seem surprising, but the more you investigate Stock Assault 2.0, the more you appreciate how well designed and robust it really is. The research and development of this artificial intelligence for selecting investments is said to have cost about five million dollars. Add the fact that it was created by a team of veteran day traders, and you end up with a product that may seem too good to be true.

Look at the claims by Stock Assault 2.0 promoters. They say you can start with chump change. As little as $50 or $100 at first. But that would be enough to convince yourself of how smartly this robotic investment counselor knows its business. If the marketing statements of its developers may be believed, this software can deliver an enviable return on investment of 13,000% per year. In dollars and cents terms, this means if you start with $500, you can accumulate an impressive $65,000 after just 12 months of trading.