Iomega Corp.'s Bernoulli Box by Jack Hutson
To do any practical financial analysis on a computer requires a large historical database of facts and
figures including price information such as daily or weekly open, high, low, and close. Using an IBM PC
or Apple Macintosh microcomputer, analysis of financial data is limited only by one's imagination and
available software limitations. To a large extent, the microcomputer, even though a bit slow in some
cases, is more than adequate for the task.