StockMarketEye Investment Tracking

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Bernie Nick

25 Apr, 2018 12:47 AM

StockMarketEye is a Java-based program for your Investments which I've been using for several years. Unfortunately, I have to manually transcribe my data from MoneyDance over to use it. Any chance of building a "bridging" application? MoneyDance is not capable of retrieving Canadian (Mutual Fund) Investment data at this time, especially with the recent removal of the free Google Service.

  1. 1 Posted by derekkent23 on 25 Apr, 2018 08:21 AM

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    I am not support staff, just a user.

    Hi Bernie

    In case you are not aware the is a free stand-alone program that was originally developed to help out users of MS Money when Microsoft stopped supporting that product. The program is in java, like Moneydance and thus runs on Windows, Mac and Linux computers. The developer has adapted it to work with Moneydance and is actively supporting the program. This program is very stable and the quotes very consistent with the option of two sources, not Alpha Vantage. No strange prices. It has a lot of useful features. These include, obtaining prices from many stocks and mutual fund quoted on different exchanges, US, Canada, UK, Europe and Australia to name but a few. More features in the pipeline. Provide a means for importing all this data into Moneydance. You can also import exchange rates along with your security prices, if required.
    Take a look at his thread and download the PDF outlining how to use the program and link to download the program. Post 122 in this thread.

    Let us know how this program performs for you.

    It’s a good idea to click on the “SUBSCRIBE TO UPDATES” button to you are cheap up to date including when new builds are available.

    Hope this helps.

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