MESA by John Sweeney
John F. Ehlers
Goleta, CA 93116
Computer: Apple II, 48K, 2 disk drives, DOS 3.3 (16 sectors)
(Also Apple III in emulator mode and Franklin)
Printer with graphics is optional
Under development is a version that will run on an IBM PC with two disk drives or XT or AT
Several years ago there seems to have been a tremendous excitement over cycles. Advisers set up shop.
Foundations were formed. Seminars were held. Much ink and many trees were sacrificed to getting out
Lately, there hasn't been as much press but the usage has become more sophisticated as traders
discovered that, like everything else, cycles needed to be used as a portion of the overall picture— not the
only picture. That leaves the trader with his traditional problem: where to get the information and what to
use (if he doesn't have an engineering degree or a Masters in mathematics) to analyze it.