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Computerized Investing > July/August 2007

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

A recent article on PCMag.com pointed to a PC Magazine survey detailing how Internet users rarely experience the connection speeds claimed by their Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Their “real-world” analysis shows that they rarely achieved the download speeds advertised by the various high-speed Internet providers. While there are several factors affecting your Internet speed, there are also some things Internet providers can do to “inflate” their reported connection speeds. The article goes on to suggest some questions you may wish to ask your ISP:

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