What Is The Major Benefit Of Using The Stock Market Apps?

Discussion in 'Stock Market Forum' started by deepika sharma, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. deepika sharma

    deepika sharma Member

    Jul 2018
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    Searching for the best stock market apps to invest with a great peace of mind and most importantly get better returns? It cannot be denied that the stock market is the mirror of a country's economy. Sometimes, the share prices skyrocket and on the other days they may plunge.

    If you are a first time investor, then it is quite important that you must be extremely watchful when it comes to the changes in the stock prices. Keeping track of your investments on the regular basis means you can take benefit of the any change in the market with regard to the buying and selling of the stocks. No individual wants to suffer any loss and if he is able to take action, then he can look forward to the profitable returns and achieve the financial goals. That's where the top advisorymandi stock market apps make all the difference.
  2. baudwalk

    baudwalk Senior Investor

    May 2015
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    The short answer to what are the best stock market apps is within the selection of a brokerage firm in the investor's country. It is NOT the selection of stock market apps for the Android and Apple smartphones, tablets and watches.

    In the USA, for one NEW to investing, the brokerage choices may be well be Fidelity and Schwab. (Both have offices throughout the world.) In the most recent Barron's review and ranking, these giants were #1 and #2 respectively. It was splitting hairs in the ranking criteria and numbers. In my opinion the significant difference comes down to educational material. Whereas Fidelity has a ton of educational material and seminars online, Schwab has a bit less material on line but offers seminars in their brick-and-mortar storefronts. The in-store seminars are daytime only. (Full disclosure: we had a Schwab account for ~10 years but moved to Fidelity about ~9 years ago following a rep who we trusted.)

    Re Android and Apple apps, both Fidelity and Schwab have apps that run on smartphones and tablets. Whatever brokerage firm you choose to use, odds are you must have that firm's app. As far as I know, no third-party app may be linked to one's brokerage account for trading purposes. Obviously there are numerous--too many to inventory here--apps to track one's portfolio, but one still has to open a web browser or the brokerage's app to do buying and selling, paying bills, etc.

    For the new Samsung Galaxy Watch, there is a nifty third party app that lets one follow stocks and indicies et al (I have it and love it) but there is no trading possible.

    Finally, my bias towards selecting a brokerage firm is to choose one that has a local office. Handling paperwork, signatures, and all that kind of "stuff" is so much easier in person (for me) rather than sending by mail or a package delivery service. But that's me.

    Last edited: Jan 7, 2019

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