Trading Reference Links
When I started out I listened, read and watch everything. Now I have
"tuned" all the input to my personality and trading style. I have found
almost anything printed is too slow for me. Did you know magazine
article lead time is 60-120 days? Do you think a few folks have already
taken the "prime positions" before you get a chance to read about it?
As you said it's all on the internet. I will buy printed material when
there is time to read it, i.e. sitting on an airplane, or to "take a
If it fits your trading style, keep it. If not, save a tree.
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Date: Wed, 3 Dec 1997 09:17:44 -0800 (PST)
From: Chip Anderson <chipamy@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Usefulness of IBD
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Question for the group:
Because I can use MetaStock to compute the RSI for any stock and do
explorations, and because the Internet provides me with all of the
news I need, is the usefulness of Investor's Business Daily (IBD)
I am considering not renewing my subscription. Opinions?
Thanks in advance,
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