Stocks & Commodities V. 23:3 (10-15): Letters To S&C by Technical Analysis, Inc.
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I just started reading your articles, and although I don’t understand even the simplest jargon (all industries have their buzzwords) let alone the mathematical
models your writers are referencing during their testing process, I’m encouraged by your tutorial listed under
“Novice traders” on your site. A very smart move — anticipate a new subscriber.
DAVID FRANK, via email
Thank you for your feedback. You might also want to think about looking into our online publication Working Money, which is targeted toward traders who are just starting out. — Editor