1. knicksfan1025's Avatar
    what is it?

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    05-18-10 12:01 PM
  2. oilytrader's Avatar
    what is it?

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    I have only used Bloomberg app and reuters stock portofolio app. Bloomberg is far superior, more user friendly, and faster.
    05-18-10 01:44 PM
  3. knicksfan1025's Avatar
    I have bloomberg now, but it doesn't do everything that I want. I would love to be able to have yahoo finance show all of the information in the app that it shows online, but it doesn't. Any other suggestions?

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    05-18-10 03:05 PM
  4. atco777's Avatar
    etrade app best by far
    05-18-10 08:04 PM
  5. TurboTiger's Avatar
    Fidelity Investments (if you have an account with them)

    Good Luck
    05-18-10 10:02 PM
  6. knicksfan1025's Avatar
    anything for scottrade?
    05-19-10 06:09 PM
  7. duckduke's Avatar
    1- Bloomberg - I use this app the most and like it best for tracking market/stocks

    2- Yahoo Finance - yawn......it's OK. I use Yahoo Fianance on the laptop about every day but not the BB App.

    3- Morningstar - I have portfolios set up in Morningstar Online. I can log into my account using the BB Morningstar App and see the portfolios using the app. (I do not have a paid account.........you can set up portfolios by simply registering free at Morningstar. With a paid account you simply get a few additional features.)
    Last edited by duckduke; 05-19-10 at 09:31 PM.
    05-19-10 08:03 PM
  8. TurboTiger's Avatar
    cnbc.com doesn't have portfolio features but it does offer real-time quotes for free.

    Just point your browser to cnbc.com and it should prompt you to download the app or just access it from a bookmark.

    Good Luck
    05-19-10 10:17 PM