Remember when the stock market was in free fall mode? It seemed that every day stock prices dropped. These days we’re in yo-yo land. What stocks go up, must quickly come down.
What better way to watch the rise and fall of your financial fortunes than by using your Mac’s handy dandy Menubar to check the stock ticker? Ticker? Don’t worry. This Mac app is all digital.
TickerMenu Me, Elmo?
TickerMenu is a very simple app that does more than you expect. It sits in your Mac’s Menubar so it’s easy to see stock prices at a glance. One click gives you plenty of stock details.
Ticker tapes transmitted stock price information over telegraph lines for about 100 years.
In the 40 years since the ticker concept lives on in the digital world.
For Mac users with stocks to follow, TickerMenu makes it easy to keep up to date on the latest trends—from markets to specific stocks—with a click or glance.
Create a list of stocks that you want to follow in TickerMenu’s preferences. The stock prices will rotate in the Menubar and more detail is available with a click to the TickerMenu Menubar icon.
The Menubar information includes the stock’s ticker symbol, the current stock price, the price change so far for the day, and a percentage price change.
Visual cues run aplenty in TickerMenu.
Red for stock price decreases. Green for price increases.
Choose a specific interval for your stocks to change or rotate in the Menubar. Or, click the TickerMenu icon and select Update Quotes Now for a quote refresh.
TickerMenu delivers the latest in true Mac app fashion. Simple. Elegant. Unfortunately, stock prices are delayed about 20-minutes so you’re behind the selling curve during a crash.