Explains the pros and cons of a wide range of computer hardware and software available for computerized investing, discussing how to automate the investing process with the smallest outlay of time, effort, and moneybut there is one area where a few software writers are breaking new ground. This is in the field of strategy optimization. By inclination, most people tend to look for a aquot;goodaquot; stock to buy, evaluating it as good or not by using various yardsticks, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Stock Market Investor's Computer Guide|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1987-01-01|