StockMarketEye 4.0.8 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of StockMarketEye v4.0.8 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Version v4.0.8 is a minor release that contains general improvements to overall speed, stability and compatibility.

Below is a complete list of the additions and changes in this version of StockMarketEye.

What’s New In StockMarketEye v4.0.8

Changes and Fixes

  • Added column, YOC – Yield on cost
  • Added column, Chg/Share – Change per share from the BuyPrice to the current Last price
  • Added support for R. W. Baird brokerage.
  • Added support for Stifel Nicolaus brokerage (user verified).
  • Added support for new Yahoo Finance supported exchanges (Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Italy [EuroTLX], Latvia, Lithuania, Qatar, Valencia, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela).
  • Renamed “Portfolio %” column to “Port.%”
  • Renamed “Percent” column to “Day %”
  • Fixed issue with portfolio not showing holdings initially after import from brokerage.
  • Fixed issue with portfolio value chart not including today or future transactions.
  • Fixed issue with “strict” portfolio value chart setting.
  • Fixed issue with portfolio value chart not working correctly in log-mode with negative numbers.
  • Fixed issue with Average Cost Basis (ACB) column for GBP stocks.
  • Fixed issue with transaction selection in the Transactions report.
  • Fixed issue with the “Buy Price” line in the chart when selecting different lots of the same stock.
  • Fixed issue with the dividend search using adjusted value.
  • Fixed issue with alert evaluation when manually changing the price.
  • Fixed issue with the Summary report when only today or future transactions were present.

This 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!

6 comments on “StockMarketEye 4.0.8 Released”

  1. JL Peuriere

    Since 4.0.8 update, report summary value graph is broken.

    Value of the benchmark index suddenly double seemingly at the date of update.

  2. Spencer

    Hey, I just wanted to let know that the Buy/Watch marker is not working properly on stocks that you have not purchased. They do work on stocks that you do own. Here is a picture for reference

    As you can see, the buy/watch price should be 77$ and not 79$

    – 1 additional feature I would like to have would be “Purchased Dividend Price”. It would tell you percent dividend so when dividends increase, your dividends % increase. It would be perfect for dividend growth investors as well as retire’s who bought stocks 30 years ago.

  3. admin

    Thanks for the feedback. I wasn’t able to see where the buy/watch price should be in that image, only where it is. Why should it be at $77?

    You can try the “BuyValYield” column or the “YOC” column to get the dividend yields you’re looking for.

  4. Spencer

    Hi, I’m replying back to the buy/watch price being incorrect in patch 4.0.8 and patch 4.0.9

    In my earlier post, the green candle was at a buy price of 77$, however, the the chart said it was at 79$ which is incorrect.

    Here is my 2nd example with patch 4.0.9, The stock price is ABC with a last price of 74.030. Since that is the current price, that should be the buy price. However, on the chart, the buy price says it is 85.880 which is incorrect. I want to clear about this issue because the problem is only with using a watchlist in stock you have not purchased yet. Once you purchase the stock, the buy/watch price is correct. Here is the image for the second chart

  5. admin

    Hi. For items in a Watchlist, the “buy/watch” price line in the chart is set according to the value of the “Watch Start” column. I suggest you add this column to your watchlist to see what the values are for your items. For ABC, the “Watch Start” column will show 85.88; and your eariler example will show 77.

  6. admin

    Please update to v4.0.9 which fixes this issue. Thanks.

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