Personal Stock Monitor GOLD 9.3.5
Personal Stock Monitor Gold enables the active investor to quickly research, track, chart, and trade stock market securities including stocks, bonds, ETFs, options and mutual funds within the privacy of a personal desktop Windows application.
Personal Stock Monitor Gold can monitor securities from most major markets worldwide. It features: managing of multiple accounts simultaneously; intraday and historical charts supporting candle, line and OHLC types with a library of 33 technical analysis indicators including SMA, MACD, RSI, Money Flow, Bollinger Bands, Momentum, among others; chart annotations; asset allocation charts; watchlists; a complete transaction register supporting buy, sell, dividend, reinvested dividend, share transfers, return of capital, sell short, buy to cover and split transaction types; options chains retrieval and live trading for US securities through supported brokerage partners; unrealized gain or loss calculations on a lot by lot, ticker and portfolio basis; capital gains reports; expression based alerts to email or mobile phones; data exchange with Quicken(tm), Microsoft Money(tm) and Metastock(tm); feeding of live ticker data into Microsoft Excel(tm) for user created analysis; user-defined asset classes; drag and drop Internet bookmarks; an interactive tutorial; a currency table and converter; a light weight stock ticker bar; a per ticker news headlines view; custom view layouts with up to 49 fundamental data fields including symbol, price, gain, volume, spread, bid x ask, 52 week high and low, P/E ratio, EPS, dividend, yield, beta, market cap, and others; quick access to online research including EDGAR and finance.yahoo.com among others; 40 page users guide and referencel; context sensitive help; and a plug-in software development kit for third-party add-ons.
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