Statistics: If you torture the numbers long enough you can get them to confess to anything. (Humor is a learning tool)
Who is Bob? I volunteer to speak at events throughout the country, speaking
on a number of investor topics. If interested in a speaking visit, email me. If your Chapter qualifies, expenses of up to $500 will be paid by BetterInvesting.
–I live in beautiful Seattle and winter in warm Arizona–
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Annual Report Analysis has been updated to version 8.26 for Excel 2007 or newer. A file to run on Excel 2003 is available as well.
Quick Analysis has been updated to version 3.05. A version for those using Excel 2003 is also now available. Both now include graphics of selected data–look for “up-straight-and parallel” graphics.
A new Retirement calculator has been added on the Retirement Calculator page. I call it “Do I Have Enough” tool. A description is on the page. It’s useful if already retired or not yet.
A new Annualized Return - (How Yuh Doin’) tool has been added. It will calculate the annualized return from the inception of your portfolio. See my comments on that page.
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InvestEd 2015 — Richmond, Virginia
June 12-14 2015
Investor Education at its Best
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