Stocks & Commodities V. 24:11 (10-13): Letters To S&C by Technical Analysis, Inc.
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I enjoyed your recent interview with Thomas Bulkowski. Could you tell me what chart-pattern recognition computer software he uses? I’m a chart reader but I’m looking for a service/platform that helps me identify these patterns — that brings them to my attention. I currently use TC2005 and eSignal, but you have to really “search” out the charts of stocks that offer potential profit. In addition, any other information/services that he offers would be appreciated, such as his email/website, and so forth.
Tom Bulkowski uses software he developed. A version of it that performs chart pattern recognition is available on his website for free at http://mysite.verizon.net/
resppzq7/patternz.html. It finds 64 chart patterns, 102 candlesticks, and other related concepts, but you have to provide the data.—Editor