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Making the Most of Your Subscription

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by Wayne A. Thorp

As the saying goes, “a rolling stone gathers no moss.” I would like to think that the staff here at CI will never be accused of sitting on our hands. In the four years I have been editor of CI, we have made a variety of changes to provide our readers a greater amount of practical information on a broader array of topics. From the response we have received from you, I feel confident that we are achieving our goals. However, this is an ever-evolving process as we strive to maximize the value our readers get from their subscriptions.

Recently, you should have received our redesigned CI E-Newsletter in your e-mail. If you didn’t, you are missing out on a valuable benefit of being a CI subscriber. One interactive feature we have added to the CI E-Newsletter is the Discussion of the Month. With roughly 70,000 subscribers, the CI community is an excellent resource in its own right. To tap into that expertise, the Discussion of the Month will take a question posted on the Computerized Investing discussion board at and pose it to readers. We are hoping that you will take the time to contribute your thoughts on the discussion board, and each month I will feature the best answer in the newsletter.

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