There is a great deal of expertise among our subscribership. This periodical collects letters and other
information from subscribers and after a little rewriting, if needed, publishes the results. Documentation
for computer programs is intended to define how to operate the program, not how to interpret the results,
we will endeavor to help in this area. We will not be making specific trade recommendations, but rather
suggesting possible techniques that should help you reach your own decisions. The interpretation of
results will be based on observations, opinion and statistical correlation.
We collect technical analysis user ideas and conduct surveys of investors to ascertain Group
recommendations for Technical Analysis application. Our intent is to augment user application of
existing systems and provide a forum for publication of new or interdisciplinary techniques as well as
review software and hardware to determine compatibility and usefulness in trading or maintaining data
about tax and money management. This can prove to be a headache, to the average non-computer person,
due to printer settings or interface cards used. why buy software or hardware to find out that it does not
work well with your system. Some systems and computerized systems just give you a buy-sell point and
expect the trader to blindly throw money into the market. It takes a lot of nerve to chance losing $1,000
on a trade based on a complete unknown.