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Computerized Investing > April 28, 2012

Eye in the Sky

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by CI Staff

Eye in the Sky is a trade planning platform that provides a multitude of features, from screening and analysis to ratings and insider trading. These features allow users to plan their trades in advance and take only the most profitable trades, based on their individual trading style. The program is convenient and useful for both novice and advanced investors.

Eye in the Sky is useful right out of the box, as it offers fundamentals, EPS trends, pivot points, historical prices, ratings, insider trading updates, sector/industry analysis, and much more for nearly 7,000 stocks from the AMEX, the NASDAQ and the NYSE. Though much of this information can be found online for free, Eye in the Sky’s easy-to-navigate framework makes finding this information convenient and efficient.

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