A Timeout to Say Thanks to Our Sponsors, October 2007

With another blowout month now behind us (full traffic + earnings stats will be posted tomorrow), I want to take a minute and say thanks to the several advertisers who sponsored the site someway this month.

There is a lot to look forward to in November and I am excited to see what the future holds.

Sponsors of Stock Trading To Go, October 2007:

  • Covestor.com – If you want to prove your success as an active trader, then this is place for you. Import your live portfolio and see how you stack up not only to the major indices but also the rest of the Covestor community. (Read my full Covestor.com review).

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  • SteamStreet.com – Steam Street is a great resource for new investors just getting started and wanting to practice trading in a simulated environment. Track multiple simulated portfolios while making trades and see how you perform against the major indices. (Read my full SteamStreet review).
  • The Thrifty Scot – If you are looking for credit cards, loans, mortgages, etc. than this is the site for you.
  • Coolinvesting.com – A site designed for those with little experience in investing, Cool Investing gives you the edge you need to succeed. Compare online stock brokers, read through a list of dictionary terms related to investing, and get updates on market news.

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Comments

  1. says

    Kontera’s not the greatest unless you’re bringing in traffic like Chow and Shoemoney. The click rate is low and payout’s at the $100 level. I’m thinking of getting rid of it myself but don’t really have anything to replace it with.

  2. says

    Ya they emailed me recently want me to put it up on this site but I doubt I will. I removed it over a month ago now and have already made up the income elsewhere. It brought it maybe $3 eCPM which isn’t anything impressive so I am in no rush to step back in.