TT ChartBook 95 Version C by Thom Hartle
Technical Tools' philosophy is to respond to the needs of its customers, so TT ChartBook
95 adds features based on users' comments, including a complete set of indicators.
I first reviewed TT Chart-Book in the August 1994 STOCKS & COMMODITIES. I commented then that I liked
working with ChartBook because it was so easy to use. The simple and straightforward matter of the presentation,
the seamless downloading capability and the nifty data export utility, all from within Windows, made my monitoring of the markets at the end of the day an uncomplicated task. I knew then, though, that the typical ChartBook user
would be clamoring for more indicators. I remarked at the time that Technical Tools' philosophy was to respond to
the needs of its customers and the company would be adding features based on users' comments. Well, TT
ChartBook 95 followed as the upgrade, complete with a set of indicators and other new features. The first question
could be, "Is it still easy to use?"
The answer is yes. For example, the latest upgrade was E-mailed to me during my daily download of data. I opened
the program manager in Windows and ran the upgrade program and my new version was installed. How's that for
easy? No disks or cryptic instructions, but Technical Tools didn't stop there. They plan to provide future upgrades
over their E-mail system that will automatically install themselves. Now there's a program that's easy to work with!