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Weekly Market Summary Politics took center stage this week in the hearts and minds of investors and traders as House Republicans tried, and failed, to pass a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. After postponing the vote on Thursday, House Republicans...

Weekly Market Summary President Trump, the economy and the Federal Reserve played pivotal roles in the U.S. stock market this week. Stocks were basically flat to start the week in anticipation of Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress. A slightly disappointing gross...

Weekly Market Summary Investor optimism waned this week following several controversial executive orders from President Trump. Chief among them was a move to restrict immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries, which sent airline and technology stocks falling. The technology...

  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.   January...

Weekly Market Summary The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) eked out a nearly 0.1% gain for the week and closed at 18,161.19. The index has been trading in a narrow range for the last couple of weeks, bounded to the upside by the 50-day moving average (18,272.32). To the downside,...

Weekly Market Summary The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) gained 0.04% from last week to close at 18,145.71. For yet another week, the 50-day moving average (18,313.50) appears to be a resistance point to the upside. To the downside, we look for round-number support at 18,000. The...

The August Computerized Investing Edition is now available! This month’s edition includes: Editor’s Outlook: Discovering How to Beat Robo-Advisers Best of the Web: The Top 9 Sites for Company, Industry & Sector and Economic News and Analysis CI editors and staff highlight...

A part of the process for managing your finances that is easy to overlook is protecting your digital assets. Not your online persona (e.g., “Fly Fishing Bill”), but your records, statements, passwords, etc. Computer viruses, malware and identity theft are certainly...