StockPricePredictor Launches Patent Valuation Services Web Site
ARLINGTON, VA - April 22, 2001 - StockPricePredictor launches the web site, www.PatentValuePredictor.com, providing two new patent valuation services.
The Automated Patent Valuation service allows a user to select a patent and then obtain valuation reports on the patent. The report provides the nominal size of the patent protected market and the valuation of the patent. Multiple patents can be selected. This service can be used to objectively and rapidly value a patent portfolio of a company.
The Weekly Top 20 service provides weekly reports identifying the companies owning the twenty most valuable new U.S. patents issued each week. For each patent, the report specifies the nominal size of the patent protected market, the patent value, and selected company financial information. This service identifies when large value patents are obtained by small capitalization companies, so that investors can act upon that information.
StockPricePredictor will shortly roll out a combined Patent Watch and Valuation Service. The Patent Watch and Valuation Service will let a subscriber select companies of interest. This service will report to the subscriber all new patents that issue to the selected companies, the nominal patent protected market sizes and the valuations of the patents. This service is directed to investors.
By year end, StockPricePredictor will roll out its Comprehensive Company Patent Reports Service. This service will provide reports, including financial indicators, based upon values for all patents owned by a company and the company's fundamental financial data. StockPricePredictor's research suggests that, over a ten year period, these indicators are highly correlated to company market capitalization, thereby indicating market capitalization and stock price predictive potential. This service is directed to financial institutions.
StockPricePredictor also wholesales its valuations of all 3000 - 4000 U.S. patents newly issued each week.
These services are protected by pending patents naming 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 www.patentvaluepredictor.com, email inquiries to or call 732-549-5433.