Market Technologies Donates to Hurricane Sandy Victims in 2012

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Market Technologies Makes a Donation to Hurricane Sandy Victims

Wesley Chapel, FL, December 10, 2012 – Market Technologies, developer of VantagePoint Intermarket Analysis Trading Software, collected items to donate to victims of Hurricane Sandy, which affected New York and surrounding states.

Hurricane Sandy caused massive flooding, power outages and millions of dollars worth of damage. The storm killed more than 100 people and left many homeless.

Items such as canned goods, toiletries, clothes, pillows and diapers were brought in by employees of the company to donate to many victims in need. Market Technologies matched the donation for all the items that were brought in by employees. The donated items were dropped off to a donation center at a police station in New York City. “It feels great to be able to help the victims of this horrible storm. As a company, we are very fortunate and we try to help those in need whenever we can,” said Lane Mendelsohn, Vice President of Market Technologies.

Click here to watch a video of the items being donated.

Market Technologies is in existence to help traders better their lives by building wealth. Market Technologies also donates to many charitable organizations through auction items and financial contributions.

About Market Technologies Founded by Louis B. Mendelsohn in 1979, Market Technologies is an Inc. 500 company headquartered in the Tampa Bay area. It is the recognized global leader in market trend forecasting with customers in 114 countries worldwide. Market Technologies develops proprietary trend forecasting and market timing technologies that utilize artificial intelligence and intermarket and hurricaneomic analysis to forecast commodity and financial markets throughout the world. These include, but are not limited to, stocks, stock indices, ETFs, energies, interest rates, currencies, metals, grains, meats, softs, and Forex, all covering more than 2600 world markets.