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Cara Scatizzi

author Image Cara Scatizzi is a former associate financial analyst at AAII.


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  1. Offbeat Offerings »

    Offbeat Offerings: Warrants

    An investor reference for products that are not your typical offerings. This issue's focus in on warrants.

    June 2007 | Journal

  2. Hot Links »

    Tracking Company Webcasts

    More and more companies are offering on-line broadcasts of shareholder meetings, quarterly and annual earnings releases, company announcements, press releases and much more.

    May 2007 | Journal

  3. Offbeat Offerings »

    Offbeat Offerings: Brokered Certificates of Deposit

    An investor reference for products that are not your typical offerings. This issue's focus is on CDs purchased through brokerage firms.

    May 2007 | Journal

  4. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: Mutual Fund Screening Services

    A look at the top software programs and Web sites to help you search for and analyze mutual funds.

    May 2007 | Computerized-investing

  5. Offbeat Offerings »

    Offbeat Offerings: Preferred Stock

    An investor reference for products that are not your typical offerings. This issue's focus is on preferred stock.

    April 2007 | Journal

  6. Offbeat Offerings »

    Offbeat Offerings: Equity Index-Linked Notes

    An investor reference for products that are not your typical offerings. This issue's focus is on hybrid securities linked to equity indexes.

    February 2007 | Journal

  7. Computerized-investing »

    Comprehensive Web Sites

    Twelve of the best Web sites for getting a range of financial tools and information all in one place.

    September 2006 | Computerized-investing

  8. Computerized-investing »

    Predicting the Market’s Future With O’Shaughnessy

    James O’Shaughnessy looked at historical long-term trends to predict where the market is heading and designed four new stock approaches based on his research. Learn how to implement the O’Shaughnessy stock screens using AAII’s Stock Investor Pro.

    September 2006 | Computerized-investing

  9. Computerized-investing »

    Comprehensive Web Sites

    Twelve of the best Web sites for getting a range of financial tools and information all in one place.

    September 2006 | Computerized-investing

  10. Stock Strategies »

    "Predicting the Markets of Tomorrow": The James O'Shaughnessy Approach

    Can past trends indicate future trends? James O'Shaughnessy believes they can. In his newest book, O'Shaughnessy examines stock market history and develops a stock selection approach for individual investors that attempts to take maximum advantage of current trends.

    August 2006 | Journal

  11. Computerized-investing »

    Comparison: On-Line Portfolio Managers

    An in-depth look at the eight best Web sites for tracking your investments and analyzing their performance.

    July 2006 | Computerized-investing

  12. Stock Strategies »

    Bypassing the Broker: AAII's 2006 Guide to Direct Purchase Plans

    Buying stock with little or no commission is the major attraction of direct purchase plans. This year’s annual guide lists 460 dividend reinvestment plan companies that will sell their initial shares directly to the public.

    June 2006 | Journal

  13. Stock Strategies »

    Bypassing the Broker: AAII's 2006 Guide to Direct Purchase Plans

    Buying stock with little or no commission is the major attraction of direct purchase plans. This year’s annual guide lists 460 dividend reinvestment plan companies that will sell their initial shares directly to the public.

    June 2006 | Journal

  14. Stock Screens »

    Graham's Long-Term Winning Approach for Enterprising & Defensive Investors

    Father knows best--at least as far as Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing, is concerned. A look at Graham's approach to long-term investing for both enterprising and defensive investors.

    April 2006 | Journal

  15. Hot Links »

    How to Find Contrarians on the Web

    Where you can get advice and educational information about contrarian investing.

    January 2006 | Journal