AAII.com: New Quote Service and AAII E-Books
by CI Staff
AAII members can now access detailed stock information provided by QuoteMedia.com. Data includes a summary quote page that offers delayed price and volume data as well as a price and volume chart and recent company news stories. Interactive Java charts are also provided.
A detailed profile for each company includes company information such as a description, industry classifications, management names, auditor, number of employees, and contact information.
Financial statements show five years of annual data and five quarters of quarterly data. Insider stock ownership, SEC filings, earnings estimates, analyst recommendations and ratings, and historical prices round out AAII’s offerings. To access the new quote data, simply enter a ticker symbol into the Ticker search box on the top of any AAII Web page.
AAII has compiled electronic copies of three of our most popular books: “Investing Basics…and Beyond,” “Portfolio Building” and “Stock Investing Strategies.” These new E-books bring complicated investment topics down to earth in a concise and conversational way.
Investing Basics…and Beyond
“Investing Basics…and Beyond” is a complete how-to investing resource. You’ll quickly learn about balancing risk and return, determining your own personal investment profile, stock selection strategies, special considerations when investing for income, monitoring and maintaining your portfolio, and how to choose outside investment expertise.
AAII’s “Portfolio Building” E-Book helps you create, implement and monitor a proper asset allocation strategy. Topics include how life cycle changes affect asset allocation, calculating asset allocation, transitioning to a new allocation strategy, strategies to reduce tax liability, fine-tuning your portfolio during working years, and keeping your portfolio in balance during retirement.
Stock Investing Strategies
The “Stock Investing Strategies” E-Book is designed to help you discover how to do your own fundamental analysis to uncover potential winners. You will learn how to evaluate stocks using fundamental data and a simple worksheet. Specific screening strategies discussed include high dividend-yield, growth stocks, utilities for income, low price-earnings ratio, and earnings revisions.
To access AAII’s new E-Books, go to: www.aaii.com/ebooks. The books are password-protected so you will need to use your AAII member login information to gain access.