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Computerized Investing > November/December 2006

CI Editors' Top Investment Product Picks 2006

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by CI Staff

In each issue of Computerized Investing, we provide our readers with information on new and updated Web sites and software packages for investment education, tracking, and analysis. Each year, we distill the universe of computerized tools available to the individual investor down to our top picks for the most common areas of investment analysis and management: portfolio management, mutual fund screening and analysis, stock screening and analysis, and technical analysis and charting. These categories cover the needs of most of our members.

We present our top picks by highlighting selections for both Macintosh and Windows systems, as well as top Web offerings.

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