Comparison is Our Speciality

We believe that being able to directly compare stocks in many different ways is critical for making smart decisions. Yet before Stock Rover, there were no affordable, integrated programs that allowed investors to do deep, side-by-side stock evaluation. Stock Rover has broken away from the pack by offering dynamic and easy-to-use tools for direct stock and portfolio comparison.

The Table

At the heart of Stock Rover is the Table. Don’t let the humble name of this feature fool you—it’s powerful. The Table has the familiar feel and function of an offline spreadsheet program, including the ability to sort, filter, color rows, and even add comments. On top of that, it pulls up-to-date financials and pricing data, and lets you dynamically swap out datasets at the click of a mouse.

Add tickers one-by-one, or by loading datasets such as your portfolios or the DJIA. You can then compare these rows across hundreds of financial columns, which are organized into “views” such as Growth, Dividends, and Historical Returns. Create new views using any columns you like, or update existing views by adding, removing, or reordering columns.

An example of tickers being compared in the Table

Quotes Box

Not only can you get quotes on thousands of tickers using our Quotes Box, but you can also create a watchlist on the fly, or compare individual quotes against any pre-existing dataset of tickers. This means you can easily explore how a ticker performs side-by-side against stocks in a portfolio or watchlist without altering that population. You’ll wonder how you ever managed without this feature!


Compare performance over time with Stock Rover’s fast and easy-to-use Chart. In addition to the standard charting features you would expect from any program, we make it easy to scroll through the charts of any stocks in a portfolio or watchlist, and to add in benchmarks like a sector or the S&P 500. Plus with just one click you can set any line at zero (a baseline) in order to see relative performance in the clearest possible terms.

The Chart with the S&P 500 set as a baseline


In addition to the main Table, we also offer a table of industry peers for any given stock. Here you can add any columns of data you like, plus sort and filter in order to get the list down to the most relevant peer comparisons. With Peers, you can ensure that your pick is measuring up to its competitors, and you can easily find the top industry performers in any metric.


Stocks aren’t the only thing you can evaluate in Stock Rover. Line up whole portfolios side-by-side to see how they perform and compare to each other. For extended portfolio comparison, open the Portfolio Analysis window, where you can see how portfolios stack up in IRR, dividends, risk-adjusted return, and other detailed performance metrics.

Portfolios compared in risk metrics in the Portfolio Analysis table

For a practical application of these comparison tools, check out Stock Rover’s blog where we regularly compare and evaluate stocks.