We are proud to announce the release of StockMarketEye v3.3.0 for Windows, Mac and Linux.
This release improves the on-line sync experience, as well as adding new features that facilitate importing from Quicken generated QIF files and handling special portfolio events.
We’ve vastly improved the on-line sync service experience by making it over 10x faster. (I wish I could do that with my investments!) The way you use the on-line sync has not changed, but the entire backend has been reworked to make it extremely fast. We’ve moved the service to new hardware and a new architecture, which combined give us room to grow and support new features in the future.
StockMarketEye downloads live and historical quotes for the items in your portfolio and watchlists automatically. However, your portfolio can also include symbols which do not have live or historical quotes available. We call these “non-quoted” items. To better support non-quoted items, we’ve made it possible to import historical quotes from a CSV file. Checkout the documentation in our User’s Guide for more details.
We’ve added support for recording special corporate action transactions. These types of transactions can be used to facilitate recording corporate spin-offs and other special activity. Our User’s Guide has more details on using this feature.
We’ve improved importing Quicken generated QIF files. Previously, Quicken’s QIF files were tedious to import due to their use of Security Lists and the mapping stage that was necessary in StockMarketEye. The new version of StockMarketEye can handle Quicken’s Security List portion of the QIF file in order to facilitate and almost completely eliminate the mapping stage making the migration from Quicken to StockMarketEye a breaze.
Below is a complete list of the additions and changes in this version of StockMarketEye.
If you are using StockMarketEye 3, we highly recommend that you upgrade to this version. This is a free update for those already using StockMarketEye 3.
Still using the old StockMarketEye 2? Now’s a great time to upgrade to StockMarketEye 3!
Does StockMarketEye 3.3 still require Java installed on the Mac OS X?? Or did you finally get that roadblock resolved? 🙂
Sorry. That got pushed back to v3.4 due to some technical issues related to updating to new versions. However, if you’d like to try it out as-is, contact me at the support email address.