Computerized Investing > September/October 2003

Editor's Outlook

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by John Bajkowski

We all have our favorite Web site that we fall back on when performing our everyday portfolio monitoring and research—that one site that you visit first to check up on your holdings or check out a prospective stock pick. Chances are that you have been going back to this site for some time without really knowing if there are any other sites that might better fit your needs.

Change is not easy. It takes time and effort simply to see if anything exists that would better satisfy your needs. And then it takes even more time to switch your information over to the new service and learn how to use it.

Our product comparison this issue simplifies the process by looking at the current comprehensive investment Web sites. These all-encompassing sites try to meet the complete data and analysis needs of the typical investor by supplying quotes, news, portfolio tracking, and stock and fund research.

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