This one-of-a-kind collection of 360 charts covers virtually every financial and market area, and includes historical pricing information as far back as 1875, and as current as the end of the most recent calendar quarter. Each Volume includes twelve charts in a quick release binding (for easy copying), plus introductory notes explaining the charts and citing data sources. Each high-resolution chart is drawn precisely from thousands of data points, updated quarterly, printed full-size on 8-1/2" x 11", 80-lb. paper, and licensed to you for royalty-free reproduction.
Since its introduction in 1996, the Topline Encyclopedia of Historical Charts has proven a huge success - and grown to more than twice its original size. Weve added more data series to the charts, more charts to the Volumes and more Volumes to the Encyclopedia. We've doubled the depth and breadth of our unmatched long-term and unique looks at stocks, bonds, precious metals, currencies, commodities, demographics and more - with over 360 one-of-a-kind charts in 30 distinct Volumes with explanatory notes and citations of data sources.
|Topline Encyclopedia of Historical Charts|
|What is it?||How do I order it?||Reviews and Testimonials|
|Summary||Ordering||Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, QuickScan, by John Sweeney (downloadable).|
|Info Request (includes free sample charts)||Pricing|
|Brochure||Futures Magazine, The Computerized Trader, by Gibbons Burke.|
|March 1998 Index (PDF)|
|March 1998 Table of Contents (PDF)||Free Samples||What the Experts Say|