Jaclyn N. McClellan

Assistant Financial Analyst, AAII

Editor, Computerized Investing

Jaclyn McClellan is an assistant 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

10 Questions With Hareesh Jayanthi

September 19, 2015

CI contributor and AAII assistant financial analyst Hareesh answers 10 questions about his life with investing.

Online Discount Brokers: Scottrade

September 19, 2015

A review of Scottrade, an online discount broker.

An Introduction to CI’s New Editor

September 19, 2015

Meet the new editor of Computerized Investing and hear some new ideas for fulfilling CI’s mission.

Alternatives to Excel

August 15, 2015

An in-depth comparison of the major desktop and online spreadsheet options.

Backtesting the Revised MAGNET Stock Screens

July 18, 2015

An examination of the hypothetical results of Jordan Kimmel’s revised MAGNET stock screens.

Researching Dividends

May 16, 2015

Discover important websites to use when conducting dividend research and analysis.

Call Levels (for iOS, Android)

May 16, 2015

App allows you to set specified price levels for a variety of assets and receive push notifications on your mobile device when your price is hit.

CI Mortgage Refinance Calculator

April 18, 2015

A worksheet that helps you see how refinancing your mortgage could affect your cash flow.

Investing.com (for iOS, Android)

March 21, 2015

Stay on top of current market information regarding news, stocks, ETFs, forex and more.

Spending Tracker (for iOS, Android, Windows)

February 21, 2015

Track your expenses to easily analyze your cash flow over time.