Jaclyn N. McClellan

Associate Financial Analyst, AAII

Editor, Computerized Investing


Jaclyn McClellan is associate financial analyst at AAII and is editor of Computerized Investing, the premier service covering the use of personal computers for financial planning, investment analysis and portfolio management. She contributes articles and reviews to Computerized Investing and writes for the AAII Journal. McClellan also serves on the Stock Superstars Report and Dividend Investing advisory committees. She is an honors graduate from DePaul University with a bachelor of science in business with a major in finance.


Recent Articles by Jaclyn McClellan

An Overview of the Major Tax Prep Services 2017

March 18, 2017

A look this year’s most popular options for preparing your taxes, whether online or through downloadable software.

10 Questions with Jordan Kimmel

March 18, 2017

Market strategist and stock investing guru Jordan Kimmel answers 10 (or 12) questions about his investing life.

Building a Stock Screen on O’Neil’s Fourth Edition of CAN SLIM

February 18, 2017

Although the CAN SLIM strategy for identifying promising growth stocks includes many qualitative factors, a stock screen can be built that captures the spirit of the approach.

Robo-Adviser Asset Allocation and Securities

November 19, 2016

A comparison of the asset allocation models and securities that robo services use for different risk-return profiles.

New Discounts for CI Subscribers

October 15, 2016

Some of the investing services we’ve covered are now offering lower prices for their tools exclusively to CI subscribers.

September CI’s Interview, Summary and Spreadsheet

September 17, 2016

This month, get an Intrinsic Value Calculator, find out the pitfalls of robo-advisers and get to know AAII’s president.

Discovering How to Beat Robo-Advisers

August 20, 2016

Are the robo services really providing a service that a savvy individual investor couldn’t replicate?

Personal Capital for iOS and Android

July 16, 2016

A personal finance application for tracking your net worth.

Users’ Data: Popular Mobile Game ‘Catching It All’

July 16, 2016

The Pokemon Go game craze highlights how mobile apps may be collecting more data than you intend.

The Weiss Blue-Chip Screen Finds Value in Any Market

June 18, 2016

In this issue, we delve deep into Geraldine Weiss’s approach to finding high-quality dividend-paying companies by outlining specific screening criteria, using AAII’s Stock Investor Pro to illustrate the screen-building process.