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Computerized Investing > November/December 2007

CI Editors' Top Investment Product Picks 2007

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by CI Staff

The goal of Computerized Investing is to provide our readers with unbiased information on new and updated Web sites and software packages geared toward the individual investor for investment analysis, tracking, research, and education.

One of the most popular segments of each issue is the comparison article. Each of these articles offers an in-depth examination of one area of investment analysis, such as stock screening services, covering what we consider to be the most relevant offerings in that category. By discussing the key features of each service, providing comparison grids that allow readers a side-by-side look at their features, as well as rating each of the Web sites or software packages, we hope to demystify computerized investment tools to allow our readers to make educated choices when selecting them.

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