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StockMarketEye is an easy-to-use investment tracking tool that helps you keep an eye on your investments and the stock market.
  • Track the performance of your 401(k) and other investments with portfolios.
  • See how your investments are performing with tools such as portfolio charts and CAGR.
  • Keep your eye on the market with watchlists.
  • Stay informed with Alerts.
  • See the performance of all of your investments at a glance with the investment tracking overview.
  • Find ticker symbols with the built-in symbol search.
  • Get free quotes, more...

What's New

Version 3.3.1:


  • New column: "ExchRate Inv" which shows the inverse of the current exchange rate.
  • New column: "Symbol*" for viewing a symbol without the Google exchange prefix.
  • New exchanges, Johannesburg (JSE) and Saudi Arabia (TADAWUL), via Google Finance.
  • Added link to new documentation on setting up portfolios in Euros.
  • Support for import more...


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Cgc Member IconReview+511

Looks great but it's unable to import a .csv portfolio even using the portfolio .csv template from it's homepage makes it a no-go. What other bugs lay hidden within?

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Version 2.9.5
Transparentech (Developer)

Sorry, the example file on the website used semicolons instead of commas so that's why the import didn't work for you. I've updated the file on the website now to use commas. You can also change the delimiter used by StockMarketEye using the "Advanced CSV Options" button in the import window.


It wasn't the semicolons that FUBARed the import but eventually I got it working...unfortunately I missed the MUPromo so will be sticking with Excel for now.

Foxyorb Member IconComment+15

Java needs to be enabled. Isn't that detrimental?

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Version 2.9.5
Transparentech (Developer)

Yes, StockMarketEye requires that you have Java installed. But, as StockMarketEye is a stand-alone application, you can still run it even if you have Java disabled for applets and webstart applications as Apple does by default now.


Thank you dev for explaining that.

Regular-Warren Member IconReview+311

This is exactly the kind of interface you want for portfolio tracking. So far, I find it pretty helpful! Nice app.

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Version 2.9.4
apad Member IconReview+1

In its class, and relying on a Yahoo feed which can pose some problems for us non-US folks, this software is head and shoulders above the competition and it is more stable that its nearest competitior. It is developed on a regular basis and the on-line support is incredibly good. I tested the trial version thoroughly and it replaces the two other applications I have been using. Not my spreadsheet - because that really is mine! The key works twice, which is worrying if the company goes bust, but they say that they will extend this if one installs on two computers and then upgrades a computer. I particularly appreciate the configurability of the columns. They major on their charting, which is very good. Wish list: Intraday and weekly graphs (they tell me this is high on the list) and a Stox-like note storing facility.

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Downloads 9,830
Version Downloads 136
Type Business / Finance
License Shareware
Date 27 Jun 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price $59.95
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