Hello All, I am new here. I am looking to get some new software, and ran across these forums. A few years ago (circa 1999?), I used to use a few programs to do what I wanted, but I have been so out of touch of what is out there now, I am not sure what I need yet. From memory, I think I used VectorVest to gather a list of stocks that I find interesting. I then used Quotes Plus to download current pricing, daily I think is what I did. And a final program, Window On Wall Street (WOW) to chart everything. Again, this is from memory on the names of the programs and the process involved. While I still have Windows on Wall Street (I think on floppies) in a box, I doubt it would work in today's world of I7 Quad Cores with Windows 7. Besides, I just looked again, I didn't even put a floppy drive in this computer. I have subscribed to Stock Investor Pro for the couple of years, and this is great for screening based on fundamentals. But now, I would like to get back into using a desktop charting software. What I liked about WOW was that you could enter in some technical indicators and create buy/sell signals; so I want to get back into doing that. Is this still a 2 step process in getting data nightly (for EOD) from one vendor/software; then using another software package to actually do the charting? I have been looking at what is out there, and I am going to delve more into them over the coming few days/week; but I figured I would post here and see what old users of WOW switched to for today's software, and not that of yesteryear. Any old WOW users care to name what they use now? The convenience of WOW was that you purchase the program, and you are done, not monthly fees. You only had to find a EOD provider for pricing and that was like $30 a month back in the day. I think I would like to duplicate my old setup, but maybe today's software build it all in one package? I have been reading a lot on this site and I hope to become a part of the group.