Stock Market Tracking Software
Organize your stock ideas ‐ and be a more confident investor
- Improve your stock picking and research
- Track 100s of ticker symbols
- Supports US and most major international exchanges
- Stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, options, and currencies
- Manage your investment portfolios
Be Confident In Your Decisions
Picking the right stocks to invest in can be a nerve racking game.
With the never ending supply of investment ideas that come across your screen, how are you to know where you should put your money?
Listen to the talking heads on CNBC? Follow the well known investing fools? Believe some random guy with a blog?
Who can you trust? Only yourself!
You need to do your own due diligence, because it’s your money at stake.
That’s where StockMarketEye comes in.
By giving you the tools to help with your due diligence, you’ll be more confident in your investment decisions.
Start By Tracking Your Investment Ideas
Finding the right fish in the sea of investment ideas starts by keeping a list of the ideas you want to pursue.
StockMarketEye makes it easy to keep and manage idea lists, allowing you to track 10s, 100s or even 1000s of investment possibilities.
You can setup as many Watchlists as you need to keep track of all the securities you want to investigate.
- Create a watchlist just for tech companies
- Create another just for energy stocks
- Create a list to track the picks from your favorite investor
- Create a list for the recommendations of your stock picking service
There’s no limit or restrictions on how many watchlists you create or how many securities you track in those watchlists.
Organize Your Watchlists
When tracking lots of securities, managing your Watchlists efficiently is key to facilitating your search.
One of the tools for efficiently managing watchlists is Watchlist Groups.
You can use watchlist groups to bring together multiple watchlists. Groups facilitate organizing your watchlists and allow you to quickly track and scan from a high level.
Within a watchlist group you can see a virtual, combined watchlist of the items from all the watchlists in the group.
When looking at the items in your watchlist, you can create Categories in order to help organize and manage the individual securities in the list.
Categories can be created inside your watchlists or in the virtual, combined watchlist of a watchlist group.
Tracking Ticker Symbols
It’s quick to add known ticker symbols to your watchlist.
You can add them individually using our optimized entry window.
You can also add them in bulk just by copy-pasting the ticker symbols into the bulk entry window.Alternatively, you can import them from a CSV spreadsheet file.
If you don’t know the ticker symbol of the company or fund that you want to track, you can use StockMarketEye’s built-in symbol search to locate the exact ticker symbol you need.
Researching Investment Ideas
Your Watchlists consist of 2 separate views – a Prices view and a Fundamentals view.
These views allow you to see the items in your watchlists in different ways and are fully customizable for your needs. You can change which columns are shown as well as reorder the columns to show the data you are most interested in.
The Prices view is usually used to show price information, such as current price, day’s change, last 6-months change; or general information such as sector/industry information.
The Fundamentals view is often used to show fundamental data about the stock. Fundamental data are things such as PE ratio, dividend and yield data, or market capitalization.
Many of the columns, such as the Last price column can be manually modified for quick forward-testing.
What Kind Of Securities Can I Track?
With StockMarketEye you can track the following types of securities:
- Mutual Funds
- Currency/Forex Prices
StockMarketEye downloads the pricing and fundamental data about the securities in your watchlists from free sources on the internet.
Price updates are downloaded automatically so you always have the most recent data available.
You can track securities from most major world exchanges including:
- New Zealand
- Hong Kong
- And many more…
Note that information is not available for all types of securities on all exchanges.