He is looking to make money in the thousands yet decides to spend time every day jumping from site to site to synthesize some of what TC/2000 shows him effortlessly because TC/2000 with daily updates is $300/year. His idea that he can use those sites to get all or even half of what TC/2000 gives is just wrong. In a way, TC/2000 is an investment. I've used it since 1998 and have found it well worth the money. . Ed
In combination with IBD information, I have found the TC2000 very useful. Although I still have a lot to learn since I spend considerable time finding stock winners. Their built-in "Volume Surge" WatchList seems too selective. I end up having to wade through stocks in leading market groups. Any suggestions/tips for a newbie? Thanks.
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