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Computerized Investing > January/February 2004

AAII's New Model Portfolios

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by AAII Staff

For over 25 years, AAII’s major emphasis has been on investment education and information. Over the years, however, we became increasingly aware that many of our members wanted more specific guidance in developing an effective investment program.

Over the next months, you will see this initiative develop in AAII.com’s Model Portfolios area.

Each approach to selecting stocks and mutual funds shares the same philosophy: an emphasis on consistency, risk control, and selections that are ideal for individual investors, not institutions.

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