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  • Product Review: NASDAQ OMX Portfolio Manager for the iPad by Wallace Wang

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Real-time data is crucial for accurate and timely trading, but in the past, to get real-time data you had to pay a monthly fee. Now, however, if you have either a wi-fi or 3G Internet connection and an iPad, you can retrieve real-time data using the Na s d a q Om x Portfolio Manager app. The initial Portfolio Manager app screen displays a list of stocks on the left side of the screen, which you can divide into three categories: a watchlist of stocks you want to track, a portfolio list of stocks you're currently trading, and a search list that lets you type in a stock...

  • Product Review Bloomberg For The iPad by Wallace Wang

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Most traders spend their time in front of a desktop computer with a high-speed Internet connection. But when you're traveling or just stepping away for lunch, you may not want to cut yourself off from the latest market news. Fortunately, with an iPad, a wifi or 3G cellular Internet connection, and this Bloomberg app, you can stay up to date with the market wherever you take your iPad....

  • Product Review: WSJ iPad App by Wallace Wang

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...For many Wall Streeters, reading The Wall Street Journal has always been important for keeping track of the latest financial news. In an age where real-time stock quotes are available over the Internet and financial news stories change every few minutes, however, the idea of relying on a physical newspaper feels more and more antiquated every day. Fortunately, you can avoid the drawbacks of carrying around a physical newspaper and still enjoy the editorial content of the Journal through the company's free iPad app....

  • At The Close by Wallace Wang

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...At The Close by Wallace Wang It can be done, and here's how. It's a fact of modern-day life that no matter what kind of computer you use today, you're going to have to replace it tomorrow. Most traders these days are probably using Windows XP, but if you are using a computer with the Vista operating system (OS), you may find that some trading software may not run the way it should. That's because it will take time for all trading software to make the transition. In case of such an event, you may want to consider keeping your current computer for trading and get a second, more modern computer...







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