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What are some of the best investment apps to track my stock portfolio?

Just like weightloss, Investing in a market is a numbers game. I want to be able to track my investments so that I would know how well my stock portfolio is performing. By tracking my portfolio's performance, I can make better assessments on whether to let go of a stock or tto keep it. I could also prevent further losses if my stock market goes down.

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    Here are some free investment apps that you could try. The Bloomberg app allows you to customize the app to monitor your personal portfolio and receive continuous alerts on global stock positions, and summarized financial, economic, and corporate information. It probably has the most comprehensive access to global business, stock market, and finance news. Yahoo Finance is pretty similar to Bloomberg. One great feature about this app is the interactive full screen charts which you can use to compare the performance of different stocks.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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