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Investoscope is an all-in-one technical charting and portfolio tracking tool designed for individual investors.

What's New

Version 3.0:
  • Technical charts right inside Investoscope. Select from a large number of technical indicators with a large number of customization options. Annotate with lines and text.
  • Group your data. All list views, i.e., instrument lists, holdings, transactions list, etc. now support grouping. For example you can holdings by market country, instrument type, sector or market cap.
  • more...

Requirements

  • OS X 10.9 or later

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bighschott86 Member IconReview+6
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I have been using investoscope for nearly a year. I'm not sure I would classify myself as an amateur, but rather someone who is intrigued with tracking my money. With that being said, this application works as promised.

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Version 2.1.7
Gryphonent Member IconComment+444
Gryphonent
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Try Stox… the best I found.

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Version 2.0.2
Kilgan
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I used Stox for two years.

It doesn't handle price feeds properly and support is indifferent to the point of uselessness.

FreddyAnderssen Member IconComment+48
FreddyAnderssen
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I noticed in the picture above that there are "winners" and "loosers." What's a "looser?" Is that the opposite of a "tighter?"

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Version 2.0
BumbleB Member IconComment+330
BumbleB
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Awww no technical analysis? I need my charts man;-(

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Version 1.0
Belenski
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I agree, as much as I like numbers and pie charts, a good stock chart gives so much info in a short time. Try MacStockManager, easy to use, good stock analysis. With MacStockManager. I can download my data from my brokerage account.

BumbleB
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I agree Belenski. I've also discovered MacStockManager, which gives me some really good analysis tools. I dig the trendlines a lot, and the developer is very nice as well.

Kilgan
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Not sure why you would want Technical Analysis from a Portfolio Manager.

To me Investoscope is about monitoring your portfolio - not about making the decisions of what to put in it.

wizard2 Member IconReview+64
wizard2
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Very well conceived, with logical grouping of stocks, bonds, funds, etc. where they can be grouped into portfolios and watch lists.

Superb interface, with ease of entering or importing data, and tracking value over time -- with nice graphic representation and reports.

For an early release, Investoscope is a superb effort. Any investor would be smart to give this a try, I'm sure that the developer would appreciate feedback.

Mac needs solid 'Mac-like' tools for investors -- and this has awesome potential

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Version 1.0beta1
Kilgan
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I agree. It is well thought out

misha Member IconComment+1786
misha
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This seems promising. It would be great if it could automatically scrape portfolios from the leading online brokerage houses.

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Version 1.0beta1
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Pmdf
Version 2.2.1
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Tomwhedbee
Version 2.2.1
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Kilgan
Version 2.0.4
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Bbrip
Version 2.0.3
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Details

Downloads 7,925
Version Downloads 75
Type Business / Finance
License Demo
Date 16 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $59.99