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Subject: Re: income investing Date: 2/24/2000 10:06 AM
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Mercergirl99 said:
A friend of mine recently pointed me to Thestreet.com. I've been speding some time there and it has a wealth of knowledge.

They are offering a free 30-day trial and after that, I'm not sure what the cost is. It's worth a try!

The Street cost about $90 a year after the initial 30 days...It's interesting reading, especially Cramer, but not particularly Foolish...They cater to daytraders and technical analysts...

I was a technical analyst for awhile, and contrary to Foolish belief, you can make decent returns (I made 65% the year I tried it), but you can do better with much less hassle with the MF Mechanical Investing stuff...

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