About ICLUBcentral Inc.

With the arrival of the personal computer in the 1980s, anyone with a good idea and determination could craft tools to make an increasingly complex world easier to understand. And in California, Canada and Florida—a thousand miles or more away from Wall Street—an investment club, an electrical engineer and a pilot all had the same idea: to teach themselves how to harness this new technology to create tools that made investing easier. They all had a common foundation—the time-tested principles of BetterInvesting—and their tools reflected BetterInvesting's commonsense approach to building wealth.

Over the years word of these tools spread and found their way into the hands of others who wanted to secure their future by demystifying investing.

Then in 2000, an entrepreneur with his own vision for how technology can empower individual investors rented a small office in a New England college town and began bringing these software programs together. In the shadow of giant software companies and brokerages, a small team at ICLUBcentral kept improving the programs day by day and making them easier to use.

Investment author Doug Gerlach, a long-time BetterInvesting volunteer and nationally-known investment club expert, became President of the company in 2005.

In 2009, BetterInvesting and ICLUBcentral joined forces. Today, ICLUBcentral operates as a wholly-owned for-profit subsidiary of BetterInvesting, delivering investment guidance to individual investors and investment clubs alike with a powerful platform for investment club accounting, operations, and tax preparation; websites for stock analysis screening and analysis; market-leading company financial data; the award-winning, market-beating Investor Advisory Service newsletter; the market-beating SmallCap Informer newsletter; and the fundamental-based Dividend Informer newsletter.

Always remaining true to BetterInvesting's fundamental investing principles, in more than two decades ICLUBcentral has served millions of individual investors striving for financial freedom.

ICLUBcentral: Commonsense tools for investment clubs and independent investors.

Our Equity Research Service division publishes three stock newsletters: