Letters to Technical Analysis
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7 April 1983
As always, I enjoyed getting an update on how you are doing today on the phone. I had some
observations I thought you might enjoy.
1. Your sincerity seems to filter thru in conversation and in your publication. I think this is very
attractive to readers as they are often drawn to publications that seek as well as present. Subscribers that
would subscribe to your magazine are probably in general, seekers of truth in a sense. Therefore your
emphasis that this magazine can be a marketplace for the central exchange of knowledge concerning
speculation has and will continue to have a draw, in and of itself. Emphasize it.