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Submission Address

Technical Analysis, Inc.
4757 California Ave. SW
Seattle WA 98116-4499

Phone: (206)938-0570

Email: editor@traders.com

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From the Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities guidelines:

For all of our publications, we are looking for items with wide audience appeal.
First consideration for publication will be given to material, regardless of topic, that presents the subject in terms that are easily understood by the novice trader. One of our prime considerations is to instruct, and we must do so in a manner that the lay person can comprehend.

Submission Guidelines Details for Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities

Market Type:Book

Accepts: Business, Economics, How-To

Web Address: www.traders.com

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