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Subject: Location of research information Date: 3/16/2000 10:28 PM
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I study, I learn, but it is a slow process -- but that is ok as I'm a patient man. I believe in my DD and TA

but here is the question. After reading Rule Breakers, Rule Makers, I have been following their criteria of analysis. But after looking at various stocks, I find it quite difficult to find the appropriate information.

For instance. Long term debt . . .seems easy enough but where is it? it's usually hidden in and around other numbers that it may or may not be part of. I'd like to find the Foolish Flow ratio, but where do I get the numbers.

Oh sure, I've been to other sites and cut and pasted information together( although different sites provide different information) but there must be an easier way.

Is there some where on TMF site that provides information straight.

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