That means my Mac is home to a few stock monitoring applications; some that deliver a quick view of popular stocks and indices, and others with a lot more detail to match the price tag. If you’re a well to do Mac user who’s serious about losing money on Wall Street, check out this app.
Keep An Eye On Winnings
For now, the stock market in the U.S. is doing rather well and enjoying a two-year run toward prosperity or then next stampede south.
Whether your holdings go up or down or no place, StockMarketEye is a useful Mac app (also multi platform) to track the whereabouts of your wayward investments.
StockMarketEye keeps an eye on Portfolios, Watchlists, and Stock Charts, then issues stock alerts according to your requirements.
The Portfolio section gives you a quick view of everything you own and displays performance data including TWRR, IRR, CAGR, and Total Returns. And, you can setup and use as many portfolios as you need, including monitoring your brokerage accounts. It’s also a good way to test run or simulate a portfolio.
Track hundreds of stocks, ETFs, even mutual funds with Watchlists which pulls down data from most major markets.
Nothing tells a story like some financial eye candy, and StockMarketEye does not disappoint, with plenty of line charts, mountain charts, OHLC charts, and candlestick charts to view your stock performance over time.
Since I’m something of an southern gambler who is barred from visiting Las Vegas to, uh, um, invest, I appreciate the built-in alert system. Create an alert on any stock in your portfolio (or Watchlist), and get an alert based upon last price, volume, daily percent change, and P/E ratio.
To be onset about it, among the half dozen stock monitoring and management apps I tinker with, StockMarketEye is the most fun. The details are extensive but not intimidating. The alerts are wonderful.
That’s the good news. In bad news land, StockMarketEye is multi-platform and that means Java, which isn’t the most secure platform to store financial information.