Get the latest Investor Today News delivered straight to your desktop with the Investor Today Online's RSS service.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a faster and easier way to get news headlines to your computer without spending ages looking around the web for them.
All you have to do is download a free or paid-for reader, then add one or more of the Investor Today feeds to it. Each time a story is posted, a headline will instantly appear on your reader and you can click on it to read it in full.
Once you have installed the reader, simply copy the web address into the "Create new feeds" part of your reader or drag the URL of the feed into your news reader. You can add headlines from any website displaying the orange RSS logo.
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RSS feed can also be read and subscribed in some commonly used browsers such as Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla firefox and Opera.
Lots of web browsers such as Firefox and Opera allow you to view RSS feeds inside the browser. You can either paste the url of the selected RSS feed into Firefox as a live bookmark or find the orange icon at the bottom of the Firefox browser window and select subscribe.