Computerized Investing > January/February 2005

On the Internet: Real-Time Data

| | | Add your comment! | A A   Reset
Real-Time Data on the Internet

Because the Internet is a primary resource for most investors to track securities, research potential buys and sell and make trades, the number of Internet sites offering real-time market data has greatly increased. In the past, up-to-the-minute data was mainly used by professional investors while individuals interested in the service had to pay a high premium. However, real-time and almost-real-time data is now a necessity for those who wish to stay competitive in the investing game. Many sites now offer these services for free or at a reasonable price.


...To continue reading this article you must be a Computerized Investing Subscriber.

Gain exclusive access to this article and all of the benefits and investment education a Computerized Investing subscription offers.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY for just $24.
Log in
Already a CI subscriber? Login to read the rest of this article.

A subscription to Computerized Investing includes a monthly email and access to the CI Website, all of which aim to benefit your investing skills with respect to computers and the Internet.



No comments have been added yet. Add your thoughts to the discussion!

You need to log in as a registered AAII user before commenting.
Create an account

Log In