We are proud to announce the release of StockMarketEye v3.3.3 for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
This version includes a number of updates, minor enhancements and fixes.
Notable in this release is the update for Vanguard’s direct connect service change. On September 11th, 2014, Vanguard changed their service that StockMarketEye, Quicken and other financial applications use to download your transactions. StockMarketEye is now compatible with this change and works again with Vanguard.
We also made improvements to the “YTD Income” and “1Y Income” columns, while adding the new “Total Income” column. We also made a number of other minor fixes and enhancements based on user feedback. Thanks to all those who have let us know about issues they were having.
Below is a complete list of the additions and changes in this version of StockMarketEye.
This is a free update for those of you using StockMarketEye 3. If you are using StockMarketEye 3, we highly recommend that you upgrade to this version.
Haven’t yet updated to StockMarketEye 3? What better time than now!
Hey there…..fantastic app, I use it daily, and, now, being retired, it’s even more helpful.
It would be SO NICE if the full app was compatible for the iPad…..Christmas is coming, you know.
ALSO, re syncing….I don’t understand all the syncs. It seems to me that the real and complete source is the brokerage account itself, so all that should be needed is to sync portfolios from that source with newer overwriting the former, voila! No? So sync from account to online, then to desired devices, NO?
Thanks for using StockMarketEye!
An iPad version of StockMarketEye is definitely on the to-do list. Not sure we’ll make it by Christmas, but it is definitely something we want to do.
Syncing: The brokerage account is the original source of some of the data, but StockMarketEye has the complete set of data. Due to the limits brokerages put on the amount of transactions you can download, you may not get a complete set of transactions from them. That’s where StockMarketEye comes in. You would typically supplement the transactions downloaded from the brokerage by adding any missing information (such as in “placeholder” transactions) or adding additional transactions (for example, transactions that occurred before the brokerage cutoff limit).
The on-line sync, in addition to the portfolios, also includes your watchlist and alert data. So the complete source of all that data is StockMarketEye. Using the on-line sync then makes it available to your other devices.
I’ll put together a new blog post with some more details on how the brokerage import and on-line sync work together. Check back soon for that.