Braintree, MA - November 12, 2013
Today Stock Rover LLC released version 4.0 of Stock Rover, which introduces several new features and product enhancements, including two additional pillars to the Stock Rover architecture: Portfolio Reporting and the Investors’ Library. Existing users will automatically receive the updates upon logging into Stock Rover.
The Stock Rover application now contains a search box in the toolbar, allowing a user at any time to search for a term across the Stock Rover website, including the help pages, blog, and videos.
Users can now tag tickers with keywords, and the ‘Tag’ column can be added to the Table in order to see the tags for the displayed tickers. Stocks can be grouped based on tagged keywords, as well as saved together as a portfolio or a watchlist.
Stock Rover now tracks historical positions for all portfolios, so users can manage their portfolio’s history. This new dimension is integral to the new Portfolio Reporting facility, which supplies detailed analytics for all portfolios in Stock Rover. Users can see metrics and charts related to value, gain, risk, return, and volatility for their portfolios and their individual holdings over time periods ranging from one day to ten years.
In addition to submitting their own items, such as portfolios and watchlists, the Investors’ Library is where users can request custom metrics. The submissions for new metrics will be reviewed by the Stock Rover team and, if feasible, added to the Library.
The following metrics have been added:
Screenshots and more details about these updates can be found on the blog.
Stock Rover is continuing to actively develop and improve the product based on user feedback. The product is still entirely free for anyone to use. New users can register at www.stockrover.com.
For more information or to schedule a demonstration or interview, please contact:
Erica Reisman, Director of Education
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