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Computerized Investing > March/April 2007

Messages: What Members Are Asking On-Line

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by CI Staff

Your On the Internet column on Webcasts [January/February 2007 issue] did not mention Yahoo! There are several ways to locate Webcasts on Yahoo! and they are all free of charge.

One way is to maintain portfolios of stocks of interest at When you bring up a portfolio, you will see news articles on your stocks listed below the portfolio. You can find Webcasts listed within the news articles. When you click on a news event whose headline indicates a Webcast or conference call, you will be able to listen to either a live or archived conference call (depending on the timing of the call).

Another way to find Webcasts is to go to There you will see a list of the current day’s conference calls. This list is divided into three categories: calls that have completed, calls in progress, and calls scheduled for later in the day. You can also use this site to navigate to past and future dates or find Webcasts by symbol search

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