"Argus also provides the tools to defibrillate slowing markets and pump up strong markets for peak performance. Currently funded and generating real cash flow from customers, Argus is supported by a tremendous cadre of world-class advisors from around the world."
Apparently, the copy writer doesn't understand what "defibrillate" means. Defibrillation is a technical medical term in regards to applying electric shock to the heart to restore a normal rhythm. When a heart fibrillates, it is essentially spasming out of synch. It certainly does not mean that it is beating slowly. One can't "defibrillate" a "slowing market", that's just a non-sensical chain of words.
Also, a cadre, by its definition, is a small group of specialists. I'm not sure if the original writer is attempting to say "we have a large group of world-class advisors," since the traditional meaning of tremendous means large, or great. A "tremendous cadre" is therefore an oxymoron.