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Subject: Re: Metastock for Windows 95 or NT Date: 5/22/1997 11:44 AM
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On Thu, 08 May 97 10:45:01 -0600, Javier wrote:
<<I'm thinking of getting this program to research stock. Its very complete (at least thats what it looks to me) and affordable. It links up to Reuters, Dial/Data, Telescan, DBC Signal, Dow Jones and Market Scan.



The program costs USD$349 and an additional charge for the data providers (this is what I infered).



Please give me a review of this program and how does it stack up to the foolish credo. I'm not evaluating expense put performance. Expense would be a secondary issue but also important in the overall evaluation.



If no one has experience with this program please refer to a place on the web were I can find out more.

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