comes to investing online, I flip through websites, services and
research sources like a salesmen through a rolodex making cold calls.
several sites and apps, and now there’s a new one entering the fray: Scotia iTrade.
ranked iTrade fourth overall out of 12 in its list of online brokers, so the
service seems to be doing something reasonably well.
The iTrade app is
built from the ground-up for Apple’s tablet, taking advantage of the screen
real estate to display charts, numbers and tabs to sort through your portfolio –
or to sort through stocks you might be interested in buying and selling.
can drag their finger across the screen to draw their own trend lines and
analyze trends to inform their investment decisions.
charting tool also lets users check out a wide group of overlays of important indicators,
such as moving averages, RSI MACD and Bollinger Bands.
iTrade app offers research reports from various outlets, it’s also worth
highlighting here a great app for investors to research U.S. equities is Stock
And if you’re
not a tablet guy or gal, check out Vuru.com for algorithm-supported analysis.
do you use for stock trading on your mobile devices? Why do you like them?
- Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets