AAII.com: Comment on CI Articles
by CI Staff
AAII is continuously updating our Web site to make it more user-friendly and interactive.
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- New! Mutual Fund Classroom
- NEW! Comment on CI Articles
- New! Download the AAII Journal in Its Entirety
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This issue, we highlight two such updates. The latest additions to the site provide new content and allow members to express opinions and interact with other members.
New! Mutual Fund Classroom
The Investor Classroom area of AAII.com provides step-by-step understanding of investment techniques and ideas. We have recently added a new Classroom devoted to Mutual Fund Investing entitled Understanding How Mutual Funds Work. Classroom topics include:
- Mutual Funds by Design
- Grappling With Fund Risk
- Fund Statements: What to Look For
- Fund Mechanics: Investing & Redeeming
You can read each mini-course on-line or print the contents for future reference. You are also able to comment on any of the mini-courses and respond to other member questions or comments. Each mini-course takes you step-by-step through the topic with easy-to-understand explanations and language. To access the newest Investor Classroom, go to www.aaii.com/classroom.
NEW! Comment on CI Articles
AAII members have been able to comment on Journal articles for the last few months, and now Computerized Investing readers can comment on articles appearing in CI (www.computerizedinvesting.com).
Starting with the September/October 2008 issue, all Computerized Investing articles include an Add Comment link. The comment link is found at the top of the article and also at the bottom of each article page.
New! Download the AAII Journal in Its Entirety
If an article does not have any comments, post your thoughts by choosing the Add Comment link. If others have already commented, the link is simply called Comments and shows the number of comments currently posted. Comments can be read by scrolling to the bottom of the article.
We welcome your comments and constructive criticism to help us better serve our readers.
You must be logged in to AAII.com to post a comment. Your name and location are automatically filled in, but you can change those if you like. You can also post a comment anonymously, which would show the poster as AAII Member.
You can also comment on AAII Journal articles from August 2008 going forward, all Investor Classroom articles, all AAII Guides and select other AAII articles found on-line.