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by CI Staff


TakeStock is an easy-to-use portfolio manager designed for the Windows operating system. You can track U.S. and international stocks and mutual funds as well as compare stock charts, obtain company information and read business news. The program is free to use and contains no ads.

The main portfolio window has two sections, with the top section displaying portfolio information and the bottom section providing access to stock quotes, charts and company information and news. The main portfolio section presents commonly used information such as symbol, name, current price and percentage change, quantity, current value, total paid, and gain/loss. You are able to customize the main window’s columns to show different data. To do so, select Choose Columns from the View dropdown menu.

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