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September 18, 2006

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r2d2

Old school technical analysis and investment strategies will change as we see new tools like http://www.gstock.com which uses a virtual supercomputer to find the best timing for stock trading.

oldprof

Thanks, Barry, for reminding me of your excellent discussion of accumulation and distribution, among other things. I have changed the link to those articles.

Readers should definitely also look at the rest of your "Apprentice" series at:

http://www.thestreet.com/tsc/landingpages/apprentice

Barry Ritholtz

I tried to create the nontechnician's guide to technical analysis:

Tracking Elephants, Part I
http://www.thestreet.com/_tscs/comment/barryritholtz/10229374.html

and the 2nd half is here:
Tracking Elephants, Part II
http://www.thestreet.com/_tsclsii/comment/barryritholtz/10230251.html


Knowing what institutions are buying and selling is crucial information revealed in the charts.

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