Smartphones can help you do pretty much everything in the investment world nowadays. You can open accounts, make investments, compare financial information, deposit checks, make bank account transfers and more. There are also lots of financial apps to help you make better investment decisions. Take a look at these six investment apps that are available from the BlackBerry Marketplace.
WikInvest Portfolio Manager
This free app lets you pull information from any of your accounts so you can compare and track them better, all in one place. There are currently 60 supported brokerages, including the big ones like Fidelity, E*Trade and Schwab. It is a great app because your can see a portfolio's performance over a set period of time. There is also a help section where you can get advice from fellow investors on future investments.
This is an awesome app if you're interested in stocks and trades. It gives you up-to-the-minute quotes on major stock indexes, commodities, government bonds and world currencies. This helps you make better investment decisions. Plus, everything is broken down into manageable categories so you can do more effective research when making investment decisions. The Bloomberg app also gives you all the latest news and information found on the Bloomberg website.
Information is everything when you're trying to make investment decisions. That's why you need the Yahoo Finance app. You can use it to get news on specific stocks, read article headlines and check index quotes all from your phone. You can also watch Yahoo's Daily Ticker video with this app to stay up to date on the latest financial news.
With this app, you can choose different stocks to follow. Then, StockTwits searches Twitter to find out what others are saying about them. This helps you know when it's time to buy and sell at the best time. You can also use this app to chat with other investors, get investing tips and see customized financial news. Of course, you can use the BlackBerry BBM for Android application to chat with other investors and trade useful information, too. Utilizing your smartphone in this sort of way is the only way of getting the most out of your device.
MorningStar is an investment website that gives you insider information on investment opportunities. You can use the app to get the same great information in the palm of your hand. You can do mutual fund research, look at the top holdings, check investment performance, screen potential investments and more.
With this app, you gain wireless access to investment information. You can look at charts or read articles from Fidelity.com. Additionally, you can get the latest news on investments and check quotes in real-time. Fidelity is one of the most comprehensive investment apps available in the BlackBerry Marketplace.
If you make investments on a regular basis or just want to get started, you can use the apps here to your advantage. The more information you can gain about potential investments, the better decisions you can make about them. What are your favorite investment apps?