Welcome to the New CI

Posted on March 15, 2014 | Computerized Investing


It is with no small measure of pride that I introduce the reborn Computerized Investing. We embark on a new path for this publication, and for AAII as a whole, with an entirely electronic service that embodies all that CI has stood for over the last 30-plus years: to harness the power of technology to help individuals become more effective managers of their investments. While my name stands atop the virtual masthead, the finished product you see wouldn’t have been possible without the efforts of a dedicated group of staffers. First and foremost, I want to thank Peter Nguyen, AAII’s web manager, for shepherding the development of the entirely redesigned ComputerizedInvesting.com. Pete and his staff took my ideas and molded them into a site that I hope you will find easy to read and navigate. Special mention also goes out to Andrew Lautner, who was responsible for the new CI logo. Lastly, I want to thank my CI staff, Joe Lan, AAII’s financial analyst, and the CI intern, Jackie McClellan. I have leaned heavily on them these last several months and they were invaluable in getting this redesign and relaunch across the finish line. Beyond those mentioned by name, my heartfelt thanks goes out to the AAII editorial staff and member services department for their assistance. This has truly been an organization-wide endeavor.

That being said, the digital Computerized Investing is much more than just a new website, logo or monthly e-newsletter. We have also expanded our editorial content and added a variety of investor tools. First, Joe Lan kicks off a new segment, Tracking the Tech Sector. In his capacities at CI and AAII, Joe is in tune with the news and ever-changing trends in the technology sector. In this new column, Joe will use this expertise to discuss the special factors investors can use to gauge the technology sector and the individual firms that comprise its diverse business segments. With this first article, Joe outlines his vision for the segment and what readers can expect in articles to come.

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GADGET CORNER – HP ProOne 600 All-in-One PC

Posted on December 20, 2013 | Computerized Investing

All-in-one Windows PC for enterprise and consumer use.

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Microsoft Office Mobile for Office 365 Subscribers (for iPhone)

Posted on December 19, 2013 | Computerized Investing

Microsoft Office Mobile allows you to view and edit Microsoft Office documents from your iPhone.

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Posted on December 18, 2013 | Computerized Investing

Home Budget Soft is a personal finance program that lets users manually track their income and expenses.

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The Top Mutual Fund Screening Services

Posted on December 17, 2013 | Computerized Investing

An in-depth look at the best programs and websites for filtering a universe of mutual funds down to a manageable list.

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Sitelight and Reader Survey

Posted on December 16, 2013 | Computerized Investing

The Verge is a website designed to offer in-depth coverage of a wide array of topics that include technology, science, art, culture and more.

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This Week’s Question

If price were not an issue, would you prefer a tablet that you can hold in one hand, such as an iPad mini or Kindle Fire 7-inch, or one with a larger screen, such as an iPad Air or Google Nexus 10?

A) I prefer portability
B) I prefer a larger screen size
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Screening for Quality Growth, Value & Momentum

Posted on December 15, 2013 | Computerized Investing

Translating the Novy-Marx approach for finding quality value stocks into a screen using Stock Investor Pro and Excel.

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GADGET CORNER – Digital Treasures ChargeIt! Universal Power Bank

Posted on November 29, 2013 | Computerized Investing

Mobile power source with three widely used connectors built in.

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ChartIQ Forex Trading Simulator for iPad

Posted on November 28, 2013 | Computerized Investing

Home your current trading skills without risking real money.

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Posted on November 27, 2013 | Computerized Investing

RapidSP is a forex, futures, stocks and commodities day/swing trading simulator that uses real tick data and allows simulated tick-by-tick trading.

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