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Computerized Investing > September 3, 2011

Stock Sector Monitor

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by CI Staff

Stock Sector Monitor is a desktop program designed to help you monitor stock investments. The program lists over 7,000 stocks separated into over 200 industries and sub-industries.

There are several areas of Stock Sector Monitor that individual investors may find useful. Each of the companies is listed by its sub-industry within an industry category. For example, the automotive industry is divided into major manufacturers, auto parts, recreational vehicles, and trucks and other vehicles. The main section of the program presents each company’s current quote, price change, percentage price change, open, high, low and volume. You are able to sort each column to see which companies are trending upward or downward for the day.

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