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As of November 4, 2009, Microsoft retired the MSN Money Investment Toolbox at the MSN Money Web site. The Toolbox included “deluxe” portfolio tracking, stock charting, and stock and mutual fund screening. Their retirement sparked one of the largest reader responses in recent memory. Here is a sampling of what you had to say.

Why did Microsoft stop supporting their MSN Money Deluxe Screener? I really liked this screener and used it often. It was comprehensive and free. Can you recommend any alternatives?

—C.W. via Web Inquiry

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