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The great bull
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Free charts comparing the current NASDAQ to the 1929 DJIA and the 1989 Nikkei.
At Topline, we draw charts, lots of charts. We have access to millions of data series. Some customers use our charts to help make investment decisions (e.g., portfolio managers and individual investors). Some customers use our charts to help them to explain their investment ideas (e.g., newsletter editors and investor relations officers).
We draw custom charts to order.
|If you need a simple chart of copper prices during the Great Depression to help you make an investment decision, Topline can draw it. If your company needs a complex 35mm slide presentation for your next financing, Topline can create it.|
|You can see some current examples at our Hot Charts page, where we showcase some of the best ideas we see.|
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|For the curious, there are numerous sample charts available on our Free Samples page.|
We publish the
|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. Read John Sweeney's review from Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities (March '97).|
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