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Update: New Computer Investing Products

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$129; NAIC member, $89

Windows 98 or better, Pentium 266 MHz processor or equivalent, 16M RAM, 50M free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive

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Portfolio Record Keeper 4.0

IThe National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC) has released the latest version of its portfolio management and investment tracking software, Portfolio Record Keeper 4.0. The program, designed for individual and professional investors alike, creates various reports for personal and tax purposes, offers tax planning functions, and allows the import of SSG files (which are included on the CD of AAII’s Stock Investor Pro software).

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