AlphaTrade Releases Historical Trade Summary for E-Gate Subscribers

Vancouver, B.C., CANADA, CANADA

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 24, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- (OTCBB:EBNK) announced today that another new and unique feature for E-Gate is now part of the upgraded services for all subscribers. The Historical Trade Summary feature is available for every North American Equities and, without question, is one of the most sophisticated products on the Web.

"We strive to develop and add very unique features for our clients without increasing our competitive price," stated Gordon Muir, CEO of AlphaTrade. "Given the market conditions as they are, people are looking to maximize every dollar they spend. With our E-Gate product, we not only save our subscribers money, we also provide a superior product."

The Historical Trade Summary can be accessed directly from Level II screens, quote grid or portfolio manager, to make it easier for you to monitor all of the trading activity, past and present.

About AlphaTrade is an online provider of streaming stock information with applications designed for use by both professionals and novice investors and traders. Aptly named E-Gate, it is an electronic gateway to a browser-based stock quote system that includes quotes, Level II, news, intraday and historical charts, most active, and many more unique applications. E-Gate is designed to provide investors access to real-time financial information at less cost and greater convenience than any product on the market today. Subscribers do not need to purchase, lease or download any software. All of the financial applications are available via the Internet for a low monthly subscription price.

The cost of E-Gate is only $17 plus applicable exchange fees. To subscribe, go to and follow the easy online instructions or contact

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