Braintree, MA - November 30, 2013
Stock Rover today announced that Barron’s has written a column featuring Stock Rover. The article focuses on Stock Rover’s powerful new Portfolio Analysis facility (formerly called Portfolio Reporting) . The facility provides historical performance tracking as well as a number of advanced analytics such as Sharpe ratio, risk adjusted return, portfolio volatility and portfolio maximum drawdown. The article also discusses the new Stock Rover Investors’ Library that allows Stock Rover users share screeners, portfolios, watchlists and custom metrics with the Stock Rover investment community. Finally the article covers the new stock tagging feature, which allows investors to categorize stocks according to their own desired classification system. The article appears in the “Week of December 2, 2013” edition of Barron’s Magazine in the Electronic Investor Column. The column can be read by Barron’s subscribers on the Barron’s web site.
“Stock Rover (stockrover.com) continues to offer fine-grained fundamental analysis of individual securities and funds. But its new, Version 4 adds portfolio design and management tools revealing how the market’s ebbs and flows affect an entire portfolio’s long-term performance. The portfolio reporting pop-up window adds many MPT-inspired measures of portfolio risk and return such as maximum drawdown, volatility, and Sharpe Ratio.”
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 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
Stock Rover and it’s corresponding logos are registered trademarks of Stock Rover LLC. All other company and product names mentioned are used only for identification purposes and may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.