Yahoo Finance app redesigned for stock market traders

Yahoo Finance app redesigned for stock market traders
Fancy yourself a big time stock market operator? When you grab a newspaper (Google it), do you look at the market quotations first, even before you check out the baseball scores? When you read about GPS technology, do you immediately think about the share price for the Gap? If so, you might be interested in the newly updated Yahoo Finance app, available for iOS and Android users.

Love real time quotes? Sure you do. 15 minute delayed prices is so 1990. You can set up a watchlist with real-time quotes and news. For technical analysts, you can create interactive charts so you can look for a cup and handle, an inverted head and shoulders, a flat base breakout and other patterns.

The update also will allow you to be notified when the companies you follow have released some market-moving news. This way, you can act on it quickly. After all, timing is everything when trading stocks. The app is free from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, and a non-updated version of the app can be found in the Windows Phone Store, also offered for free.

Information is an important commodity when trading stocks, and having the newly updated Yahoo Financial app on your phone could be the difference between making money, or losing money on a trade.

The Yahoo Finance app is updated for iOS and Android
The Yahoo Finance app is updated for iOS and Android
The Yahoo Finance app is updated for iOS and Android

The Yahoo Finance app is updated for iOS and Android


source: YahooFinance (iOS|Android) via AndroidCentral

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2 Comments

1. k1ng617

Posts: 270; Member since: Oct 13, 2009

Actually, it's worse than before...

2. TheFirm

Posts: 33; Member since: Jun 05, 2014

It's much better than before IMO

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