Well, after banging my head against the wall to get new articles posted for you for the past week, to no avail (thanks to those who noticed I was missing!), I’ve had to move the site to new hosting … and I’m taking this opportunity to do a quick on-the-fly redesign, as you’ll probably notice if you’re not just stopping by for the first time today.
By the time you read this, I hope the site will have the proper URL — but everything else should be in working order.
For the Gumshoe faithful, here are the important things to note:
You don’t have to do anything new to keep reading your favorite neighborhood Stock Gumshoe. Your existing subscription will still work, as will any URLs or bookmarks you might have from old posts.
It is my goal to make sure that this is as seamless as possible and that the only difference you notice is the new design of the site.
And if you have comments or questions about the site design, I’d be happy to hear them. Anything else you’d like to see here? Some of the limitations of my past hosting arrangement are being lifted, so I might be able to add some new features if you’re interested. So far, I think I’ve moved over everything important that was in the original Stock Gumshoe site design, but if I’ve missed something you like please, or put it in an inconvenient place, please let me know.
This will be a work in progress, I’ll be tweaking the site as we move on. But now I should be able to get back to a reasonable writing (and researching) schedule and get you a new sleuthed stock most days of the week. So the next time you hear from me, hopefully very soon, it will be with an idea that I’m fairly certain will promise to make all of us millionaires before breakfast tomorrow.
Here’s hoping the current market malaise will at least bring out a great new crop of teaser emails from all of our favorite newsletters!
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