Make Informed Investment Decisions


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Simplify your investment research, Gain valuable perspective, Concentrate on what’s important.
Quicky and easily monitor your portfolio’s performance with StockMarketeye. By tracking all of your investments in one place, you’ll have more time to focus on important investment activities such as research and analysis. StockMarketEye is the tool you need to take charge of your investments.
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Get perspective on movements in your portfolios and the markets with StockMarketEye’s built-in stock charts. Visually analyse and compare past performance so you can zero in on the best investments.
With StockMarketEye’s built-in alerts system, keeping an eye on your investments and the market was never easier. Alerts keep you informed so you don’t miss out on important activity, while giving you more time to concentrate on implementing your investment strategy.

Platform Version Release Date Size
Windows 2000, 7, NT, Vista, XP. Mac OS X 10.6. Linux 2.5.0 2.7.2 March 19, 2011 8.8 MB Download

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