HedgeCo Feature Update: Receive email notices of HedgeCo.Net fund updates

The HedgeCo technical team is constantly at work developing new features for our users. Our most recent feature roll-out includes brand new functionality in our watch list, fund comparison and search features.

It has always been a goal of HedgeCo to get investors information on funds as soon as it becomes available. To further this goal, our new system emails investors when fund managers update the returns on funds in their watchlists.

In our new watchlist we give our users 4 different options for how they can receive these notification emails:

1. Weekly: The user will get a weekly email with all the funds that were updated that week.
2. Daily: The user will get a daily email with all the funds that were updated that day.
3. Instant: The user will be alerted immediately when the update is made
4. No update: The user will not be updated.

To make this work you will need to make sure that you have funds in your HedgeCo.Net watch list. So please head on over to http://www.hedgeco.net and make sure your watch list is set up and you are ready to receive fund updates directly to your email.

For more information, watch this video walk-through. Note: if you want to be able to view the text, please switch into HD mode and view the full screen.

About Aaron Wormus

Aaron Wormus works as the Managing Director of Website Creation at HedgeCo Networks and has worked with HedgeCo since the end of 2004. Prior to working with HedgeCo Networks, Aaron managed a private consulting firm based in Frankfurt, Germany. During this time he worked implementing back-end systems for clients ranging from telecommunications companies to mining companies and Silicon Valley software distributors. Aaron Wormus is a published author who has studied Information Technology and Journalism in Finland. His written work has been published in various technology magazines, translated into 5 European languages, as well as published book. Aaron regularly speaks at PHP Programming conferences, and is involved in the organization of his local technology user group.
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