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MarketBrowser is a stock charting program that enables users to perform their own technical analysis. The free version provides windows for 12 separate charts and offers numerous technical indicators. However, the prices are displayed at a 20-minute delay.

After installing and opening the program, populate the charts with the companies you want to track by clicking on each window and entering the ticker symbol. A graph of the date and price will be shown for a one-year period by default, but the time frame can be changed to up to 50 years. The Favorites dropdown menu allows you to plot charts for the Dow, NASDAQ and S&P 500. Each of these charts can be expanded to fill the entire program screen.

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Donald from TX posted over 7 years ago:

I just tried to download this charting software, and got error messages saying it was corrupted and could not be opened. Anyone know what is wrong with this?

Thomas from UT posted over 7 years ago:

I downloaded but it would not install. Got a "installer address has been changed" msg.

Ruth from AR posted over 7 years ago:

I tried to download & it told me it ran out of time

Dimitris from PA posted over 7 years ago:

Downloaded and installed it with no problems. I'd like to have the chance to upload my own data as it doesn't have some things i'd like to analyze e.g. crude oil. thank you for sharing!

Mark from OH posted over 7 years ago:

I have used the free version of Marketbrowser for several years. With three files, I have all my mutual funds listed, that I transfer to a spreadsheet weekly to update my portfolio values. I keep the DJI listing as the first item in the file when I close, and Marketbrowser displays the current (20 minutes old) Dow Jones % change for the day in green or red on the startup button.

It has been very handy for me.

Duane from MN posted over 7 years ago:

The program would not install on Windows 7

Wayne from IL posted over 7 years ago:

When running programs on Windows 7, right-click on the executable and run it as an administrator. This often corrects any problems you run into with the Windows 7 OS.

David from ME posted over 6 years ago:

I just downloaded Market Browser, and when I try to open it, it asks for my user name. When I enter my user name and press enter, the window closes. So now I am going to uninstall it !

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