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Computerized Investing > September 2010


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by CI Staff

In the Fourth Quarter 2010 issue of Computerized Investing we will feature our top picks among online portfolio management and tracking services. These tools tend to be suited for those looking to track the day-to-day movements of their portfolio holdings. Generally speaking, however, online portfolio trackers tend to be less sophisticated than their software-based counterparts. This month’s Featured Download, StockMarketEye, is a unique portfolio tracking and charting application in that it comes in both Windows and Mac versions. The program is from TransparenTech, costs $39.95, and allows users to track stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), cash and currency pairs. For those interested in trying the program before buying it, there is a full-featured 30-day day free trial version.

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Dick from IL posted over 2 years ago:

This powerful, multi-faceted software is amazing!

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