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the Web is an online course
hosted by ZDU
(Ziff-Davis University) and taught by Brad Hill. Designed for individual
investors who want to become empowered by Internet investing tools, Investing
on the Web is both an introduction and a more advanced discussion forum.
The course takes place in message-board format, and Brad Hill answers every
posted question within twenty-four hours. Click
here to view the course outline.
What students say about Investing on the Web:
"This is the best class I've taken at zdu thus far."
"Truly, this is the best class I've ever taken online. Why go back to a college when an online college class can be much better?"
"This was second time around and it seemed like a totally different class."
"I loved everything about this class."
"This was an amazing class! You folks, as well as all of our classmates, were patient, understanding, informative, committed and motivational."
"I'm back in class for more. Couldn't resist. It's a fabulous class and there is always more to learn."
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2. Easy Checkbook for Excel  Manage deposits and checks with this easy Excel-based checkbook program. Its features are similar to those in popular programs such as Microsoft Money and Quicken.
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5. Lifetime Wealth Management   A comprehensive personal financial program that lets you calculate net worth and retirement income, and make projections for your investments, loans, 401 (k) plans, and more.
6. Account Pro for Windows 95/NT   This double-entry accounting and financial planning system is designed for small- or medium-size businesses. It handles up to 2000 client accounts; runs on a network; performs some transactions automatically; and works in English, German, or French.
7. Personal Stock Monitor   Track the value of your portfolio with up-to-the-minute stock and mutual fund prices from the Internet. This utility includes graphs, company news, historical data, SEC filings, and more.
8. ActiCalc   This desktop calculator provides an "adding-machine" tape that records all calculations and allows entries to be updated. You can import this data into Microsoft Excel and create spreadsheets.
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