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StockMarketEye 4.1.0 Released

Apr. 19th 2017

We are proud to announce the release of StockMarketEye 4.1.0!

StockMarketEye 4.1 is a free update for those of you who have already updated to StockMarketEye 4.

We’ve added a number of new features, made some important updates and squashed many pesky bugs.

What’s New In StockMarketEye 4.1.0

Important Updates

  • Update for issues with prices not updating for option and other symbols from Yahoo Finance.
  • Update for intraday (1D and 5D) charts not working for Yahoo Finance ticker symbols.

New Features

  • New global option (in Preferences – General – Functional Settings) to auto-fit column-widths after first quote retrieval. Only works in Watchlist and Portfolios, but not Groups.
  • New chart marker setting to show the Target column value as a dashed line. (See screenshot)
  • New chart marker setting to show the Cost basis per share column value as a dashed line.
  • New chart marker setting to show a marker on the Watch date (similar to splits and dividends) for watchlist items. (See screenshot)
  • Added the 3Y chart range. (See screenshot)
  • Charts that have a %-Y axis now show the 0% line in bold.
  • Get Dividend and Yield for Spanish market stocks.
  • New column: “Price to EBITDA”
StockMarketEye 4.1.0 screenshot

Some of the new charting features in StockMarketEye 4.1.0.


  • Use the most recent historical quote for the Last price of items that don’t have live prices available.
  • Minor optimisations during On-Line sync.
  • Use MMM-YY rather than MMM-YYYY for dates in the Summary report charts to improve exported PDFs.
  • Change abbreviation from T to K for Summary value chart and chart volume.
  • Allow setting of the “Include in totals/summary” for use in mobile apps (this setting is not used by the desktop app).
  • Remember the size of the symbol search window for the next time it is opened.
  • Update so that changing the benchmark symbol will also immediately update the column headers.
  • Add “Get Price” button next to Exchange Rate field in Transation dialog.
  • Add keyboard shortcut for the menu: File -> Update from brokerages… (Shift-CTRL-U on Windows and Shift-CMD-U on Mac)
  • Improved handling of bank transactions during the brokerage import.
  • Round values to 2-decimal places before adding/removing from Cash.
  • Network proxy setup will only auto-detect the first time StockMarketEye is run.
  • Remove the CashBalance column from Transaction report’s CSV export with import compatible columns.
  • Column descriptions have been updated to denote if they are available for Yahoo Finance and/or Google Finance ticker symbols.
  • Changed Copyright to 2017.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix issue where backup files could be corrupted when incomplete historical quotes were manually imported.
  • Fix for importing Investoscope CSV files to work with non US locales.
  • Fix for importing Investoscope CSV files where currency values were not included.
  • Fix for Watchlist groups not having the correct icon in the menu: View -> Switch To.
  • Fix for displaying negative EBITDA numbers with abreviations K,M,B,T.
  • Fix for the On-Line sync so that it sends current ordering of items.
  • Fix for issue with the CSV export of the Back-in-Time report having different values for some columns.
  • Fix for issue in Back-in-Time report which could cause deletion in Prices view.
  • Fix for maintaining the “synchronizable” setting of a portfolio.
  • Fix for sorting on “Portfolio” column header in the Gain/Loss report.

StockMarketEye 4.1.0 is a free update for those of you already using StockMarketEye 4. If you are using StockMarketEye 4, we highly recommend that you update to the new version.

Haven’t yet updated to StockMarketEye 4? What better time than now!

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[Updated] Yahoo Finance data feed not updating properly

Nov. 21st 2014

As some may already have noticed, the Yahoo Finance data quote feed is not updating properly since the close of trade on Wednesday November 19th. For many users the quotes are stuck, with the last trade from the close on Wednesday. Other users, however, are not experiencing any problems.

This leads us to believe that it is a regional issue. Users from some parts of the world, Western North America especially, are having problems. On the other hand, users from Europe and other parts of the world are not experiencing any problems.

Unfortunately, as much as we would like to fix it, there’s not much we can do at this point. The issue is with Yahoo Finance and their data feed that StockMarketEye uses. Typically Yahoo fixes these types of issues quickly, so I’m hopeful that they will get it resolved soon.

We will update this post when we know more. Leave a comment for us below letting us know if you are or are not affected by it and where you’re located.

[Update #1] Please add your vote to this “suggestion” for fixing the issue at Yahoo (the link goes directly to the Help section of the Yahoo Finance website). The more votes, the more attention it will get from them:

[Update #2 (2pm EST, November 21, 2014)] We’ve had a number of users tell us that it is working for them again. Seems all is back to normal. Thanks for your patience.

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Take our feature survey!

Apr. 8th 2014

We are developing a new version of StockMarketEye and would like to know which potential new features are important to you.

Please help us out by taking this 2 minute survey. It is completely anonymous and you’ll be helping us shape the near future direction of StockMarketEye.

Take our feature survey!

Thanks for your help!

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On Sale Now Through December 8th

Nov. 27th 2013

StockMarketEye is on sale for the holidays!

Now through December 15th, 2013, get $10 off the normal price.

Keep your eye on your investments this holiday season and in the new year with StockMarketEye!

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Now Available on the Mac App Store and Amazon

Jun. 21st 2013

We’re proud to announce that StockMarketEye is now available for purchase in the Mac App Store and at Amazon.

There are now 3 options for purchasing StockMarketEye:

1. As always, Mac, Windows and Linux users can purchase directly on our website.

2. Mac and Windows users also have the option of purchasing StockMarketEye from Amazon.

3. Additionally, Mac users can also purchase StockMarketEye on the Mac App Store.

You can read about the benefits of each method in our FAQ.

If you have any questions about what way is best for you, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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On Sale at MUPromo

May. 29th 2012

In cooperation with MUPromo, we’re making StockMarketEye even more affordable. On Wednesday, May 30, 2012, we’ll be the daily deal at MUPromo and you’ll be able to get StockMarketEye for 50% off the regular price.

Got friends or relatives that you think should get to know StockMarketEye? Now’s a great time to introduce them to the easiest stock market software around.

Missed the daily deal 50% off at MUPromo? Don’t worry, we’ll still be selling StockMarketEye for 25% off for 2 weeks after the daily deal at MUPromo.

To get the discount price, you’ll need to purchase on the MUPromo website. Even though MUPromo only sells Mac software, the license key you receive when purchasing at MUPromo will work on both the Mac and Windows versions of StockMarketEye. You can download the Windows version of StockMarketEye from our website.

Click here to go to the MUPromo website.

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Vote For Your Preferred Features

Mar. 13th 2012

We want StockMarketEye to be useful for you. We want it to help you navigate the stockmarket and your investments. We want it to help you make the most of your time and money.

How do we do all that? Well, the most important aspect of this process is knowing what is important to you. We can dream up and build all sorts of interesting features, but if they don’t help you achieve your goals, StockMarketEye will fail at being useful.

So we rely on your feedback and suggestions to help us shape StockMarketEye and decide in what direction we should go. The vast majority of improvements in StockMarketEye since its humble beginnings over 3 years ago are the direct result of your feedback and suggestions.

We keep a to-do list of addition and improvement suggestions. This list is the shape of the next generations of StockMarketEye. It contains close to 100 features, large and small, and composed almost entirely of suggestions by users.

Today, we are looking for your help in deciding which of these items to include in the next major release of StockMarketEye. We want to find out which ones are the most critical to you in achieving your goals.

We’d be very grateful if you could use the link below to vote for your preferred features. On that page, you’ll find a list of what we’ve determined to be the 15 most requested major features. From that list, we’d ask that you select the 5 that are the most important to you. Check the box to the right of a feature in the list, if that feature is important to you. When you’re done, click the “Submit Feedback” button to send us your votes.

Your votes are completely anonymous. You can also check less than 5, or more 5 items if you feel it necessary, but we generally would like a maximum of 5 as more than that makes it more difficult to determine a priority of the items.

We will post the results of the survey in a later blog post. Don’t forget to tell your friends about StockMarketEye and have them vote too.

As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send us an email at our support address.

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StockMarketEye for iPhone now available in the App Store

Nov. 20th 2011

We are very proud to announce that StockMarketEye for iPhone is now available in the App Store! It requires an iPhone or iPod Touch running iOS 5.0 or later (it will also run on an iPad, but in the small iPhone size). You can watch a video of it in action on our website here:

StockMarketEye for iPhone

Or you can open it in iTunes here:

StockMarketEye for iPhone in iTunes

We will be releasing a new version of our desktop software in the next couple of weeks that will be able to synchronize with the iPhone app. You’ll then be able to have the same watchlists and portfolios on the desktop and on your iPhone. Stay tuned!

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iPhone App now in review by Apple

Nov. 14th 2011

Our iPhone app has now been submitted to Apple for review. Baring any problems they might find, it will soon be available in the App Store.

Thanks to our beta testers and others who gave us feedback!

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StockMarketEye for iPhone – Coming soon…

Oct. 21st 2011

In the next few weeks, we will be releasing the first version of StockMarketEye for iOS. Designed for the iPhone or iPod Touch, this new app will let you track all of your favorite stocks and portfolios. It also has news and fundamentals integrated.

One of the big features of StockMarketEye for iOS is its ability to synchronize with the desktop version. So you’ll be able to take your watchlists and portfolios with you where ever you go and easily keep them in sync.

We’re still putting the finishing touches on the app, but if anyone is interested in being a beta tester, we’d love to get your feedback on it. Send an email to our support address and we’ll get you setup.

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