Investing Systems Network Offers Software That Forces Investors To Buy Low and Sell High

AMELIA ISLAND, Fla., July 25, 2003 -- Investing Systems Inc., announced today the release of the newest Position Cost Averaging stock investing software.

The Position Cost Averaging stock investing system is programmed to issue buy orders as the price of your stock falls and incremental sell orders as price rises, systematically compounding the portfolio value.

"The Position Cost Averaging system is programmed to buy on price dips, and sell into rallies, systematically trading around a core stock holding," said Bill McKinley, President of Investing Systems.

The PCA for Windows gives very specific trading advice, and also includes features such as one click research, analyst's opinions, and access to all the major news and message boards about any stock in your portfolio.

The PCA software allows users to manage as many stocks as they like in an unlimited number of portfolios.

"Some people think buying into price weakness can be a risky strategy," said McKinley. "That might be true when you're buying into weakness in an individual stock. But not so if you apply it to an index fund, which will likely never go to zero. We like to call it 'Fearless Technology Investing'."

The trading system is now used in over 65 countries and has been around for more than 25 years. Investors can see a more detailed explanation of the methodology and the study conducted by Investing Systems at:

     CONTACT: Investing Systems Inc.
     Douglas Newberry
     Jacksonville Office