StockMarketEye 4.1.2 Released

We are proud to announce the release of StockMarketEye 4.1.2 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

This release includes a number of updates for compatibility and stability.

Below is the full list of changes in StockMarketEye 4.1.2.

What’s New In StockMarketEye 4.1.2

  • Fix for importing and updating from the Charles Schwab brokerage.
  • Added new “Optimize Data” button in Preferences.
  • Changed wording of “Restart” to “Restart StockMarketEye”.
  • Changed wording of on-line sync Push/Pull to Upload/Download – User’s Guide updated.
  • Changed column headings:
    • “LT Debt to Assets” to “LT D/A”
    • “Total Debt to Assets” to “D/A”
    • “LT Debt to Equity” to “LT D/E”
    • “Total Debt to Equity” to “D/E”,
    • “Return on Avg Equity” to “ROE”
    • “Return on Avg Assets” to “ROA”
  • Changed the mountain chart color to be a bit lighter so that TAs can be seen better.
  • Fixed issue with Gain/Loss Report’s “Open Total” when corporate action transctions are present.
  • Fixed issue with sync and watchlist groups.
  • Fixed issue with sorting settings not being included in backup files.
  • Various stability and compatiblity updates.

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

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

3 comments on “StockMarketEye 4.1.2 Released”

  1. Google Finance ticker symbols are not working - StockMarketEye Blog

    […] problem is NOT related to the release of StockMarketEye v4.1.2 over the […]

  2. Leandro

    Hi! I am facing the same problem with the ticker symbols ever since I updated to the latest version. Even if you say it has nothing to do with the release, how do I go back to the previous version so that I can see things work until you figure out what’s going on? Tnx!

  3. admin

    The old version doesn’t work either. Google has made changes on their side so Google Finance ticker symbols will not work in any version of StockMarketEye.

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