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Old 13th February 2008, 12:38 PM
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Please leave your suggestions on the portfolio manager to use for tracking your stocks and other investments.
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Old 13th February 2008, 01:44 PM
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I use moneycontrol's portfolio manager.
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Please leave your suggestions on the portfolio manager to use for tracking your stocks and other investments.
Use the portfolio available at ValueResearchOnline, it's far better. You can see ur analysis in different sectors of sectors, and your overall exposure to each sector. It's far better
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Default What's your favourite Portfolio Manager/Watch List?

Which Software/Website do you use
to track the stock prices daily and
to maintain your Portfolio?
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Which Software/Website do you use
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to maintain your Portfolio?
I like moneycontrol.com

Haven't tried anything because I am lazy about re-entering the data
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Which Software/Website do you use
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to maintain your Portfolio?
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I use the OpenOfficeOrg 2.3 spreadsheet, which is nearly like MS-Excel only free and legal.

I download my portfolio from by broker's site (Geojit) daily or weekly depending on hyper I am.

I like trying diff. broswers and am happy with Firefox, Safari, Opera, and K-Meleon.
Firefox integrates with McAffee's Site Advisor which flags a site as green, yellow or red depending on the feedback/info McAfee has on the site. That way you can avoid potential nasties.

And yes, I do have to use MS Internet Explorer for sites that use code that only MS has An example is ICICI-Prudential Mutual Fund's online investment site wherein you can buy/sell/switch units of their funds. These transactions are 100% dependent on "ActiveX", a technology that other browsers don't support on security grounds.

Another example is Geojit's customer care site which also seems to be created with IE in mind.

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but a site's filename with .asp as the suffix would indicate that you are better visiting that site with IE.
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money.rediff.com has simple and lucrative watch list and portfolio manager

but downside is that they are BSE quotes and also little delay is there in retrieving latest quotes
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Which Software/Website do you use
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After just a few months experience only, I feel the best option is to use your on-line broker's information for the quotes on stocks you own. I think they're as close to live as you can get.

Even the BSE and NSE sites display data after a lag compared to your on-line broking site.

I stress that you must look at your actual trading site rather than one which is put up for public viewing.

Please correct me if I'm wrong on this. My reason for saying so is that both exchanges have "contracted" the dissemination of quotes and the time-lag is inversely related to the bucks the customer pays.
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Default Best Portfolio Manager

If you are also investing in MFs along with equity then the portfolio manager at valueresearchonline.com is very good. It has very good MF content alongwith an easy portfolio manager (MF SIP function too is good).
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A few days back, I found a free charting and technical analysis software - Chart Nexus.

It also has a portfolio manager, but it can be used only for a stocks portfolio.
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A few days back, I found a free charting and technical analysis software - Chart Nexus.

It also has a portfolio manager, but it can be used only for a stocks portfolio.
Thanks a lot for pointing us Chart nexus.
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