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In fact, I have done so. This is a new era of online financial services which should not be a surprise given the move to web-based applications that has been taking place over the last few years. As I understand it, there are strong protections built in. First of all, such sites cannot execute any transactions -it is read only - your broker still requires that you log in to submit any orders. Second, it is all anonymous - your account information and passwords are encrypted so they are not stored or sent over the internet in readable form. Third, the ability to aggregate all your financial information in one place can help people learn to better understand and manage their finances.

Fuskie
Who doesn't expect everyone to agree but never-the-less is willing and able to place his trust in web companies that he has researched...
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