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Reuters Highlights NutraPharma Financial Giant Predicts NutraPharma (OTCBB: NPHC) Shares Likely to Outperform the Market
Date:9/8/2009

Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s largest stock market analytics firms which is also ranked as one of Britain’s most respected companies, has singled out NutraPharma shares as likely to outperform the market based on its “proprietary quantitative model”.

(Vocus) September 8, 2009 -- Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s largest stock market analytics firms which is also ranked as one of Britain’s most respected companies, has singled out NutraPharma shares as likely to outperform the market based on its “proprietary quantitative model”. Reuter’s description of what this "technical" ranking means is quoted below.

“We cannot guarantee that each stock will perform in accordance with its rank. But we do believe that over the long term, stocks rated Outperform (30% of all stocks we rate) will, in the aggregate, outperform stocks rated Neutral (40% of all stocks we rate), and that stocks rated Neutral will, in the aggregate, outperform stocks rated Underperform (30%). All analysis is based on publicly available company financials, fundamental ratios, relative rankings of financial data and ratios, and observed equity prices”

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