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Computerized Investing > November/December 2005

Messages: What Members Are Asking On-Line

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by CI Staff

Your recent article on Mutual Fund Screening impelled me to go back to your article on Web-Based Stock Screening Services that appeared in the May/June 2004 issue of Computerized Investing. There were items in that article that were misleading.

In the 2004 article you indicated under—Premium that the reports can be “Exported to File.” This is not wholly correct; only three columns of their choice can be exported.

Also, in the comparison table of that article, you list Yahoo!, Value Line, and Smart Money as not allowing reports to be exported to a file, but in fact they allow reports with all columns to be exported to Excel spreadshee

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