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Computerized Investing > May 26, 2012

Equity Evaluator 6.5.0

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by CI Staff

Equity Evaluator is an affordable, Windows-based stock analysis program developed by Net Equities LLC. It is capable of technical analysis, fundamental analysis, stock screening and more. By default, the program uses free end-of-day data providers such as Yahoo!, but users can use fee-based data providers such as Reuters if they have access to such a service.

To get the most out of the program, users first have to populate the database with historical price data dating back two, five, 10 or 20 years for each ticker symbol in the database (an exchange list provided or your own list of stocks). Since this is a lot of data, users can expect populating the database to take a while; however, Equity Evaluator seems to take longer than most other programs, even with a strong Internet connection. Moreover, the populated database does not contain fundamental data; rather, users have to perform daily updates to access this information.

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