Letters to S&C
Getting to know you
I recently purchased the set of tapes from the TAG IX CompuTrac seminar held last September. I would
like to know more about your "Technical Analysis Magazine" and some of the articles from past issues,
in whatever form they may be available, that you mentioned.
Listening to the tapes, I must say that your presentation was one of the better organized and clearly laid
out. I believe I almost understand what you were saying—from a two-hour tape, that is frightening. I'd
better learn more.
On with the show
I very much enjoyed your announcement of a series of articles on using a spreadsheet for stock analysis
by Jim Summers. Now, after several months, I am beginning to wonder if he will get to the substance of
the subject or continue to promise futures?
Maybe it sells magazines but there is a limit to how far you can drag things out. Let's have formulas and
WILLIAM E. TAYLOR
Dr. Summers addresses these sentiments in this month's column. We could just unload the finished
macros on you, but he (and we) think there's real value to knowing the tricks and techniques used. Other
wise, it becomes a matter of accurately copying the program and you, the reader, are no wiser for the
effort. Even so, you've put us on notice to move it along! -Ed.