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Computerized Investing > November 2009

Computerized Investing PC Buyer's Guide

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

Another year has almost come and gone, and it is time once again for Computerized Investing’s annual guide to buying a PC. This is intended to aid those who are looking for a personal computer to perform common investment tasks. These include portfolio tracking and management, stock and mutual fund screening and analysis, technical analysis and charting, as well as general purpose computing, such as Web-browsing, E-mail, and word processing.

Our recommendations here will allow you to run the top investment software titles available to individual investors. Depending on your specific computing needs, your ideal system may be more or less advanced than our recommended systems.

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