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Computerized Investing > June 9, 2012

Portfolio Mobile

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by CI Staff

This week’s Feature Download is a nifty Mac program that helps users monitor their portfolios, keep an eye on the markets, stay up-to-date on the news, and research potential investments through technical charting and watchlists. Called Portfolio Mobile, it offers a full version for use on Mac computers, as well as several apps for iPads, iPhones and even Android phones. Users can access their portfolios while on the go without having to manually back up their information. The program can also sync with a brokerage account so users do not have to worry about recording and updating their transactions manually.

Unlike many other portfolio management programs, Portfolio Mobile allows users to research and follow both domestic and international stocks, bonds and options, which can be displayed in the user’s preferred currency.

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