Investoscope
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Portfolio tracker for the individual investor.   Demo ($59.99)
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Investoscope is a portfolio tracker for the individual investor. With a compelling and intuitive one window user interface, Investoscope lets you monitor the performance of your investments in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities.
What's New
Version 2.3.5:
  • Fixed a long-standing, but fortunately rare issue, that could lock up Investoscope.
  • Fixed a number of issues related to formatting of instrument notes.
  • Fixed a crash that could be triggered in the grid view by bogus historical prices
  • In the Performance report, the initial value for purchases made on the day before the start date are now calculated using the closing price rather than the purchase amount.
Version 2.3.5:
  • Fixed a long-standing, but fortunately rare issue, that could lock up Investoscope.
  • Fixed a number of issues related to formatting of instrument notes.
  • Fixed a crash that could be triggered in the grid view by bogus historical prices
  • In the Performance report, the initial value for purchases made on the day before the start date are now calculated more...
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7.3 or later



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bighschott86 reviewed on 20 Jan 2012
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.
[Version 2.1.7]


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Gryphonent commented on 08 Nov 2010
Try Stox… the best I found.
[Version 2.0.2]

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Kilgan replied on 11 Jan 2011
I used Stox for two years.

It doesn't handle price feeds properly and support is indifferent to the point of uselessness.
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FreddyAnderssen commented on 20 Oct 2010
I noticed in the picture above that there are "winners" and "loosers." What's a "looser?" Is that the opposite of a "tighter?"
[Version 2.0]


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BumbleB commented on 14 May 2009
Awww no technical analysis? I need my charts man;-(
[Version 1.0]

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Belenski replied on 21 Jul 2009
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.
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BumbleB replied on 22 Jul 2009
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.
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Kilgan replied on 11 Jan 2011
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.
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wizard2 reviewed on 31 Aug 2008
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
[Version 1.0beta1]

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Kilgan replied on 11 Jan 2011
I agree. It is well thought out
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misha commented on 30 Aug 2008
This seems promising. It would be great if it could automatically scrape portfolios from the leading online brokerage houses.
[Version 1.0beta1]


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Pmdf rated on 18 Apr 2013

[Version 2.2.1]



Alexbas rated on 18 Jun 2012

[Version 2.2.1]



Tomwhedbee rated on 14 Jun 2012

[Version 2.2.1]



Grantwood rated on 26 Jan 2011

[Version 2.0.5]



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Kilgan rated on 11 Jan 2011

[Version 2.0.4]



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Bbrip rated on 02 Dec 2010

[Version 2.0.3]


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Version Downloads:114
Type:Business : Finance
License:Demo
Date:06 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $59.99
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Investoscope is a portfolio tracker for the individual investor. With a compelling and intuitive one window user interface, Investoscope lets you monitor the performance of your investments in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities.


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