JUPITER, Fla., July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Gorilla Trades Inc. announces an add-on donation to a worthy cause for its Facebook fans. For every “Like” Gorilla Trades receives on the Gorilla Trades official Facebook page through the month of July the stock-picking company will donate an additional $1 to the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International up to $10,000 equaling 10,000 “Likes.”
In April, Gorilla Trades Inc. (GTI) www.gorillatrades.com made a $25,000 donation to the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International whose name and mission inspired the company moniker. That contribution designated GTI as an official corporate partner supporting the conservation organization’s ongoing efforts to conserve and protect gorillas and their habitats in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A spokesman for GTI said the Fossey Fund’s positive impact on the natural world made it an unequivocal choice for corporate sponsorship consideration.
“Aside from its name tie-in connoting a strength and endurance that match our company’s mascot and its longevity in the market, the Fossey Fund’s generous spirit and dedication to research and education are naturally aligned with Gorilla Trades’ own values,” he said.
Click the “Like” button at www.facebook.com/GorillaTrades until July 31, 2014. You do not have to be a Facebook subscriber to participate.
With subscribers in 50 countries, Gorilla Trades Inc. is a 15 year-old, global online subscriber service providing news, professional insight and expertise into the stock market. Stock picks are listed regularly on a “menu” of both new and existing investments offered to GorillaTrades subscribers for consideration, based on their individual investment objectives and risk tolerance. What sets the service apart is that it provides weekly-updated exact stop loss levels and upside targets. Subscribers are directed to use the 5-times-weekly subscriber portfolio GorillaPicks as a guideline for investment decision-making. More than 6,000 stocks are sifted through daily to match each of the 14 technical indicators for potentially explosive growth.