Since Computerized Investing just released its last issue of the year, we thought it would be a good time to review the collection of CI articles released during 2016. Use the list below to revisit favorite articles and discover new ones you may have missed this past year.
Beiley Software’s owner describes how to track the performance of your investments and your portfolios with his Fund Manager program.
Apple’s iOS app that allows users to download and listen to a wide variety of podcasts for free.
For investors, and investment advisory firms, robo-technology can offer specific advantages.
Christine Short, corporate earnings expert at Estimize, reports on projected growth as the current reporting season unfolds.
A visually appealing and easy-to-understand website that offers a wealth of technical and fundamental data on stocks and ETFs.
With input from CI subscribers, we take a look at how TurboTax, TaxAct and H&R Block services stack up for helping you prepare your taxes this year.
Chicago Tribune financial columnist and best-selling author Gail MarksJarvis answers 10 questions about her life with investing.
This demo of Google Sheets uses the Google Finance function to automatically pull data into a simple fund watchlist.
App provides an easy way to get started investing in ETFs.
The rise of online advisory services represents a revolution for the small investor.
CI’s new contributing editor, Raymond Rondeau, sets the stage for his series by outlining what investors should not expect technical analysis to do.
John Zhong of MyPlanIQ describes how his website uses model portfolios to help investors build and maintain diversified portfolios for their retirement plan based on their risk tolerance and allocation desires.
Alex Reisman of Stock Rover gives an overview of the online stock research platform.
In the second part of our interview with CI’s new contributing editor, Raymond Rondeau explains how technical indicators and processes can be used to an investor’s advantage.
Deriving screen criteria from Geraldine Weiss’ approach of investing in blue-chip stocks to build a stock screen that gives a prospective list of stocks.
A personal finance application for tracking your net worth.
DRIPs offer many advantages to the individual investor interested in maximizing returns from long-term growth.
Accumulating and managing the assets that will make up your retirement portfolio is made simple and easy with the use of an online brokerage account.
App provides a multitude of charting, watchlist and trading tools for traders on the go.
Website offers a retirement calculator and resources to develop a holistic retirement plan that can be adjusted based on your changing circumstances.
Get to know AAII’s president John Bajkowski as an individual investor and hear about the early days of Computerized Investing.
An easy-to-use spreadsheet that allows you to perform independent analysis to determine a stock’s fair value and see whether it exceeds the market price.
Services that automate the investment decision process can be enticing, but an understanding of their limitations and weaknesses is crucial before you turn over your funds.
The four best programs for managing your portfolio allow you to view breakdowns of assets, track your transactions and calculate performance.
Reversal patterns are useful to traders and longer-term investors alike since they signal when the underlying trend in a security is coming to an end.
Checking the performance of your portfolio and individual securities depends on selecting the appropriate benchmark comparison.
Website that ranks the performance of investment pros has added a portfolio tool for individual investors.
A comparison of the asset allocation models and securities that robo services use for different risk-return profiles.
An investing writer for NerdWallet reveals the personal finance website’s current selections for top online brokers.
The founder of Finbox.io website for stock valuation describes the popular features of the site.
Choosing the best system for your needs and budget means knowing what each component does, and its relative impact on the performance of a computer.