Money.net is a platform that allows you to monitor the market and analyze investments in real time. The platform has recently launched its 3.0 Version and added several new features to become more intuitive and user-friendly. There are numerous windows within the platform, including the “Screamer,” which has data such as volume, last price, market cap, price-earnings, bid price and more. Using this tool you can right-click any ticker symbol for more company-specific information including two new options: a tear sheet and a research report.
The tear sheet pops up in a separate tab and is essentially a company summary. It is a visually appealing page that includes a price chart, select financial statement figures, additional resources, news items and competitors. Users can easily type in a different ticker symbol in the top left-hand corner to search for a new tear sheet. The second additional option is a research report, which is around ten pages and is issued by Ned Davis Research Group. The report includes a stock rating and a comprehensive rating overview.
Money.net now has a smart search with auto-complete, making it easier for users to find the tickers they are looking for. Money.net’s newsfeed is now equipped with more sources, Twitter integration, audio alerts and RANsquawk breaking news headlines.
Money.net added an economic calendar that can be accessed by clicking on modules at the top of the platform. Users can view a weekly or monthly calendar, and the current day’s data is displayed in red. Money.net is also now available to run on Android tablets and phones at no additional cost to subscribers. The company expects to release an Apple mobile version within a few weeks.
Money.net is $50 a month, but you can try it free for seven days.