Description: StockExplorer is an explorer-like tool for online investors and day traders to perform research on stocks & commodities on the Internet. StockExplorer automates many common web research portals and allows users to research multiple stocks on multiple web sites simultaneously.
StockExplorer has a powerhouse collection of active stock research links and many other powerful features that will save you hours while researching your stocks online.Build multiple portfolios that automatically become linked to hundreds of quality research sites for after-hours data, charting, message boards, price history, performance history, profiles, news, financials, insider info, and lots more.
With portfolios linked to the research, you will quickly navigate to the relevant data for your stocks. It's highly customizable and easy to learn. With QuickLinks , your only a click away from the research you need. You can also create custom links that simultaneously browse to any number of financial sites you choose, all within the same window and all containing the current data for the stock symbol you've selected in your portfolio.
If you are a online investor or day trader to perform research on stocks & commodities on the Internet, then empower yourself with StockExplorer designed for it !
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