StockPricePredictor, LLC Reports Use of an Automated Patent Valuation
From its www.PatentValuePredictor.com web site as support for Obtaining
ARLINGTON, Va., October 15, 2001 -- StockPricePredictor, LLC reports
the use of an Automated Patent Valuation obtained from its www.PatentValuePredictor.com
web site as support for obtaining investment funding.
On September 25, 2001, Mr. Paul Broome purchased an Automated Patent
Valuation report. Mr. Broome is Director of Marketing of Carroll Industries,
Inc. (Stuart, FL), which is the owner of a patent protecting an invention for
improving filtering of septic tank water. Mr. Broome indicated that he wanted
to place a value on the patent as support for obtaining investment capital for
Carroll Industries. After Mr. Broome's accountant indicated that patent
valuations could cost from $15,000 to $30,000, his attorney pointed out that
an Automated Patent Valuation could be rapidly obtained from
www.patentvaluepredictor.com for only $100.00.
"We expect that the investment community's use of our service for rapidly
and inexpensively identifying companies holding relatively valuable patent
portfolios will increase over time. Until now, identifying these companies
has in large part been prohibitive because of the excessive amounts of time
and cost of obtaining conventional IP valuations. Automated Patent Valuations
are relatively inexpensive, and they are provided within seconds of when they
are requested. Using our system, an analyst can easily compare IP values for
several competing companies," said Martin Goffman, CEO of
The Automated Patent Valuation service available at www.PatentValuePredictor.com
allows a user to select patents and then instantly obtain valuation reports on the
patents. The report provides the nominal size of the patent protected market and
the valuation of the patent. This service can be used to objectively and rapidly
value a patent portfolio of a company.
The Weekly Top 20 service, also available at www.PatentValuePredictor.com,
provides weekly reports identifying the companies owning the twenty most valuable
U.S. patents issued each week. This service identifies large value patents
obtained by small capitalization companies. The report specifies the nominal
size of the patent protected market, the patent value, and selected company
financial information for each patent.
StockPricePredictor will shortly roll out a combined Patent Watch and Valuation
Service in which subscribers select their companies of interest. This service reports
all new patents that issue to the selected companies, the nominal patent protected
market sizes, and the valuations of the patents. StockPricePredictor also intends
to provide financial indicators by combining company patent and financial data.
StockPricePredictor's research suggests that, over a period of ten years, these
indicators are highly correlated to company market capitalization.
These services are protected by pending patents naming as inventors company founders
Richard Neifeld, a Ph.D. physicist and Attorney, and Martin Goffman, a Ph.D.
chemist and patent information specialist.
For more details, visit http://www.PatentValuePredictor.com , email
inquiries to or call 732-549-5433.