KTFlem7769's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Update did not fix there broken quotes issue.
MKenczyk's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
I love this app and it has become my favorite stock tracker. Easy to see how my stocks are performing and comparing to the original buy price. Even breaks out multiple purchases of the same stock. I really like that I can synch across multiple devices. The only reason it is not getting 5 stars is because they don't have an iPad version released...can't be that difficult! Looking at the iPhone version on an iPad is very lame.
The Phantom69's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Desktop is everything you expect it to be. But the iPad add-on is marginal. Highly recommend the desktop and all its ability, especially the access to brokerage accounts. The interface is fast, secure and surprisingly accurate.
Pitepalt's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Only need graphs and an iPad version to be great!
2009accountant's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Crashed over 20 times by itself and when entering a symbol Don't buy They just updated this on Dec 6. Prior to the update I had a gain of over $6500 dollars, after the update it showed $1800 gain and the market had gone up for the day. Forget this app, I will be looking for a new app for the beginning of the year One last comment before I delete this app for good, emailed the developer about my portfolio value being wrong and received no assurances by him that it would be fixed. This app is just to unstable to use
Wdav's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Update: I still really like it, but, iPad - PLEASE?! ------------- It is easy and accurate. Also, the support is phenomenal! Worth every penny. I also have the Mac app and it is fantastic. Just wish it was an optimized app for iPad too. P.S. I don't know the developers at all. I'm just a real user.
Aviano Saint's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
It has been invaluable. Updates have been frequent to add to its usefulness.
joost4u's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Provide the functions you need but is not accurate and slow to update as well a synchronize. This app cannot work without the desktop app also.
JRabz's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
I am in a sound position and pleased to recommend SME now, with more than a year using the purchased desktop/laptop and purchased mobile iPhone/iPad apps versions. The cloud syncing is free, and OFX updating works (for participating brokerages that enable it). SME is for investors who want to track portfolios and watch lists. and make better decisions. The cloud syncing works, and there is a push to/pull from cloud to override when things go wrong and need refreshing. It’s features include reporting individual holding “total return” of accumulated dividends received plus price changes, and calculating a holding time-weighted compound annual rate of return. The mobile version has news feeds, and the desktop/laptop base version has a basic chart. This is not software for technical charting traders, day-traders, timers, speculators or obsessive market watchers. You need a different product. SME is rock stable and crash free for investors who are building wealth and managing accounts for themselves or family or a few others. Cool features SME handles with ease: stock or mutual fund dividend or capital gain reinvestments or payouts. It even lets users manually process return of capital on holdings like REITs or MLPs, which changes the tax basis. You can change the cash balances in accounts any time with ease, when they differ from the broker’s statement. Features difficult or impossible to handle: If you own lots of individual bonds, especially CMO bonds that return capital when mortgage holders pay off principal (yes I still own good GNMAs that did not blow up in 2008-09), it is impossible for the software to update their values, or values of zero coupon bonds. Ditto if you own retirement 403(b) accounts with insurance annuity companies. The holding may be a name brand mutual fund, but the holding is reported as units, and prices are not downloadable available. Just manually enter updates semi-annually for a statement or Barron’s. What else? The email tech support has been responsive with 1-day and helpful. The screen columns are customizable to see what individuals users want, in any order they want. We’re all visually different, and see information differently. Do not use the WatchLists to keep an eye on mutual fund performance because the meager information from the free connections to Yahoo and Google information is poor. It is much better to track mutual fund watch lists of interest through Fidelity or Ameritrade. SME does allow the user to follow their ETFs with ease.
RS-ADK's Review of StockmarketeyeReviewed on 12/13/18 12:57 PM
Beats other basic stock and portfolio tracker apps.