If you're a longtime AOL Money & Finance user, you may be surprised to have landed here at DailyFinance after hitting your trusty money.aol.com link. In case you hadn't heard, DailyFinance has replaced AOL Money & Finance and is adding more of the top-notch news and investing tools you've come to expect from AOL.

First, I want to reassure you that all of your portfolio data is here at our new site. Just click on the "Portfolios" link in our black horizontal navigation bar at the top of the site, or try out our nifty drop-down "My Portfolios" view at the top right of the site. If you haven't already created a portfolio here, we invite you to add one.

Now, let me welcome you properly to DailyFinance, AOL's new flagship for all things business and investing. Why the change? We want to keep you ahead of the curve on what's going on in the universe of money and finance with a new experience that allows you to better enjoy all our great content and features.

In building DailyFinance into the Web's premier destination for business news, we've hired some of the best financial reporters and columnists on the planet. Behind the scenes, our designers have been busy developing new online data feeds and investing tools that are unmatched in the industry.

The result, we believe, is an exciting new site that builds on Money & Finance's strengths to bring you the smartest business news and commentary, combined with the best data and investing tools available for free on the Web.

We realize change isn't always easy. But we believe DailyFinance's clean, easy-to-read design, which still manages to provide an amazing array of calculators, portfolios and other personalization features, will satisfy even the most experienced investors.

Along with sister sites BloggingStocks and the personal finance destination WalletPop, DailyFinance seeks to help you navigate through turbulent economic times and make the best decisions about the future. Of course, we know you will ultimately be the judge of whether DailyFinance is as good as we think it is. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Dr. Paul

I have an enormous desire to retain the same format previously available. Please tell me where I can find it so I can follow my stocks as I'm accustomed.

February 03 2014 at 11:26 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Marty & Company

how do i get daily finance emailed to me

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