You can convert TC-2000 and/or Ascii data to our TIGER stock format
using the following routines:
  (Use Refresh here to get most recent copy.)

Be sure that change.exe   is in c:\peercomm
If not save it click on the link to it above and save it into c:\peercomm

First -         Convert TC-2000 Data to TIGER

Steps To Convert TC-2000 Data to TIGER.

1. Be sure to have TC-2000 data CD in your CD drive.
2. Get on-line.
3. Double-click TC-2000 icon
4. Pull down sub-menu named "Databank"
5. Pick item "Update via internet/telephone".
6. The screen will tell you when your data has been updated.
7. From their main menu, pick a "watch list" of stocks to be converted.
It must not have more than 1000 stocks. It should have the DJI-30
in it if at all possible. Examples: NASDAQ-100, Standard and Poors 500.
8. Pull down "Databank" and pick "Export to Text".
9. Be sure that a "watch list" has been selected.
10. Add the following fields in the following order:
OPEN ...(Tiger updates before 2000 do not use this.)
11. Choose "comma delimiter".
13. Choose 260 days to export.
14. Choose Ascending order.
15. Choose Export Path: C:\program files\tc2000export
(or any other folder dedicated to receiving ascii data from TC-2000 exporter.)
16. Write down and remember these choices exactly.
17. When data has been exported into an ascii format, exit TC-2000.

Second - Instructions for Importing Ascii Data to  ---> Tiger
              ......... Example shown beneath the blue general instructions.

Importing Ascii Data to TIGER:
1. Start the PEERCOMM program by starting Tiger Investment Software.
2. Select the "Tiger Stocks" sub-menu at the top of the 8-button screen.
3. Choose Import Stocks to TIGER.
4. Select Ascii.
5. Fill in the information about the source data files:
OPENING (omit if your TIGER software
does not use openings.)
6 -Enter a symbom for the denominator in relative strength analysis.
(DJI-30 is normally used with TC-2000)

7. Enter the directory where the temporary ascii data is located.

8. Enter the Tiger directory where you want the converted data to be
saved to. Typically this is C:\stocks. It may also be
another directory provided you have first built such a
directory using the SELECT button from the 8-button PEERCOMM screen.

9. When you save the data to a directory, it replaces whatever is there.

10. When the data has been successfully converted, you may then run the
TIGER graphing or ranking/flagging programs. Note the messages you
get during the conversion process. You should be told that the
files have been successfully created. If not, carefully repeat
the steps above. Be sure NOT to pick all stocks as your watch list.
If you do, you will have to delete all the files in the directory
that houses your ascii data or use a new directory dedictated
to that purpose.

11. At the 8 button screen do not use the Download or BBS buttons.
The Download Button is for Dial Data users and the BBS button
is obsolete now that you can get the Peerless index data, hotline
and special reports from ($535/year includes updates
for 2003)

Third... Example of Conversion from Ascii to Tiger.

1. Have all the files in one location on your computer.

2. Start Tiger's Peercomm

3. Using Select Button choose Create New Data Directory
and give it a name. Click "X". This makes this directory
the assume ddirectory until you change it with the Select button.

4. Use pulldown menu at top of screen named "Import Data to Tiger"

5. Using the Add (and remove) button move into Imported Fields

Company Name

6. Pick Comma as Data Delimiter

7. For Ascii Source Folder choose the location of your data.
Note that all the data should be in one location. It does
NOT have ot be only a year long as I first stated.

8. Specify the file to be used for Relative Strength purposes.
If there is a file with the FTSE index itself, pick this.
If not, pick any other file you wish to designate for this.

9. Discard 1 line of data for each file. This is the header line.

10. For the Tiger Folder (where the converted data will go)
pick the name of the Tiger Directory you have just built.

11. If you want to convert all the files in the folder, choose
to Get Symbols' List "from file names". If not, you may
build a list of the files to be converted and post its name.

Then click import.
Note any bad symbols. You may have ot take these out because
the data is corrupted or inadequate.

Then try a graph of any of these symbols.

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