MESA for Windows Version 1.5 - by John Sweeney
MESA is solidly based theoretically and experientially. Further, in MESA for
Windows, everything is done graphically.
How about a program for accurately measuring cycles (one or more) in price data, predicting futures prices
based on cyclic content and determining whether the market is in a trading range or trending mode? What if it
automatically tuned the bandpass indicator (an oscillator presented in the September 1994 STOCKS &
COMMODITIES), showed phase so you could anticipate entry or exit and provided a spectrum so you could judge
All graphically? What would your reaction be?
MESA version 4, reviewed here in its DOS incarnation in November 1993, does all that. Loaded on your trusty
personal computer, MESA 4 can access many common datafile formats directly before running its automated
maximum entropy spectral analysis (MESA, like the product). Alternatively, data may be entered manually through
an included subroutine. Periodicity can be anything.