Braintree, MA - January 24, 2013
Stock Rover today released the newest version of Stock Rover, with a number of new product enhancements.
Our Task Wizard has been expanded to include modifying portfolios and watchlists, and filtering the Table. All of the task wizards have been redesigned for simpler and easier use.
By popular demand, one product enhancement is that the 100 row limit in the Table has been removed, now allowing users to page through hundreds of stocks.
The screener can now return up to 250 passing tickers. The former limit was 100.
Users can now select multiple tickers in the Table and in the Peers tab, in order to perform the same action on all of them at once. Actions such as adding to a portfolio or watchlist or charting are all supported.
Two new metrics have been added to Stock Rover. The first is the “Exchange” metric which tells which exchange the stock is traded on. The second new metric is Return on Invested Capital.
Users of Internet Explorer will also notice that charting with Stock Rover operates much more quickly than before.
More detail on the release can be found on our blog.
The product will continuously be enhanced based on Stock Rover user feedback, and the tool is currently free to access. New users can register at www.stockrover.com.
Stock Rover LLC was founded in late 2008 as Howard Reisman and Andrew Martin began to design and engineer the pilot product, Stock Rover. Founded to help bring products to the market that would allow individual investors to make better decisions, Stock Rover looks to simplify the way investors make decisions by letting investors be in complete control of their investment process, from initial research to portfolio tracking.
For more information or to schedule a demonstration or interview, please contact:
Erica Reisman, Director of Education
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