I am thinking about a tab for some high end charting.

I have access to a charting engine that has 100s — literally — of technical studies. It Java based, and is pretty slick.

It costs $1,000s of dollars in license fees, but that cost spread out over the course of a year is not too bad; the advertising income would make it close to a break even. And, a sponsor or two and its no longer a money loser.

Its not quite a Bloomberg terminal, but its light years ahead of the various free charts.

It might make a good addition to replace a tab I am thinking about dropping (Jobs Listings)

Any thoughts?

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