by Steve Notis
Trading financial instruments is arguably the purest way on earth to make money. There is a certain
Zen to an occupation which requires you to render no service and produce no product and yet, by simply
gathering information and making decisions, allows you to profit.
Of course, the rub is that to be successful you must be able to collect that information and interpret it
better than the next guy. The way in which you receive your data must be comfortable and easy to work
with. It should suit your personal style and be appropriate to the way you trade. It should help you
organize, filter and otherwise cope with the overwhelming amount of input that bombards you.
Roberts-Slade, Inc. produces Master Chartist, a sophisticated real-time charting and technical analysis
package which uses several popular quote services: Bonneville Telecommunications, CQI/Comstock and