Wayne A. Thorp, CFA is a vice president and senior financial analyst at AAII and editor of Computerized Investing. Follow him on Twitter at @AAII_CI.


Discussion

Michael Schwacher from Wisconsin posted about 1 year ago:

I wish I could get the Heat Map for Android. Sounds like a great tool.


Robert Krishfield from California posted about 1 year ago:

Fidelity has a heat map for ETFs that is free. It's not exactly the same as the IOS app, but it does a great job for the price.

I have saved the URL on my iPad as an icon and use it all the time. It's called ETF Tracker and the URL is http://research2.fidelity.com/fidelity/screeners/etf/heatmap.asp


Jim Czapla from Michigan posted about 1 year ago:

Michael, Google Play store has an Android app called HeatMap in a free version and a $3.89 ad-free Pro version. You can choose from three maps: S&P 500, World, and ETF. It's a great tool to gain insight into market performers for timeframes ranging from 1 day through 1 year. It can also display volumes.


B Endy from Virginia posted about 1 year ago:

Jim, Thanks for the reference to HeatMap; first-timer using an Android app.


Ted Mccool from Georgia posted about 1 year ago:

Is there an app available for The American Association of Individual Investors ?


Frank Klamik from Wisconsin posted about 1 year ago:

look into Bill Gunderson's Best Stocks Now


Wayne Thorp from Illinois posted about 1 year ago:

@Frank,

Way ahead of you. Check out the 3/30/2013 CI email for a discussion of Best Stocks Now. Keep the suggestions coming!

Wayne A. Thorp, CFA
Editor, Computerized Investing


James Gottfried from California posted about 1 year ago:

I am still concerned about security when it comes to phone apps such as those above. I am willing to get this type of data on my computer when I know that it is transferred securely but not on my phone. I do not believe that security on IOS or Android is really where it should be for these types of Apps.


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