What Works

What Works: The pros and cons of wireless trading.

What Works Best: A guide to getting started with wireless trading.

What Works Next: Help us pick the best stock screeners.

What Works According to . . . Online Investor Editor Jan Parr

Any more opinions on what works in wireless trading? Email us at whatworks@thestreet.co m.

Last week we asked

OpenFund

manager Don Luskin about his favorite sites. Reader

Melinda M. Harper

of Greenwood Village, Colo., disagreed with Luskin's high praise of

Polyconomics.com

, saying she favors

Dismal.com for economic news. "Their format permits you to see easily and quickly exactly what is there. I also like not having to register at dismal.com," Harper says. "You may want to weigh the value of my assessment against the fact that I am a CPA, not an economist. Like most CPAs, I value accessible, practical information."

Any econ types out there interested in helping me with a meaty comparison contrast?

Meanwhile, this week we hear from Jan Parr, editor of

Online Investor

magazine, a monthly newsstand magazine for independent investors and traders who use the Web to invest and manage their money. Also on

www.onlineinvestor.com . (BTW: At the suggestion of reader

Jill Hargus

of Center Valley, Pa., I've been trying to reach fund manager Kevin Landis for his favorite sites but have not yet heard back. Any folks you'd like me to ask? Email me at

whatworks@thestreet.com.)

Here are some of Parr's favorites: