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heypa
283 posts
msg #38261
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9/29/2005 12:59:57 PM

Those of you old enough(experienced enough) remember paper hand made charts know they had at least one advantage. That was the ability to show and mark and date a price in the future.Does anyone know of a computer generated chart service that has this feature.It is quite valuable when contemplating a purchase for those of us that are visually oriented.That is mathmatically or abstract memory disadvantaged.I am so tired of chart areas that end today. HELP? Heypaupthere


nappy19
1 posts
msg #38277
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9/30/2005 7:01:23 PM

Try prophet.net, (Java Charts) some of it is free and the gold package is $50.00 per month.
You can draw trend lines, make notes and it has all the technical graphs. I, like you are from the old school of newspaper, staight edge, french curves and pencil. I learned charting from my Dad who is 91 years old and has been trading the market for 60 plus years and I might add he is still active.

This web site is fantastic if you want to switch from paper to computer.
Good Luck and let me know on your findings.


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #38284
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9/30/2005 11:35:11 PM

Nappy... would love to hear (read) about your dad's trading experience.

THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE.


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