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The Edelweiss Mobile Trader For Ready Reference


The EMT/Edelweiss Mobile Trader is the India’s highest rated stock market app. Its got a 4.4 Google app rating. And I’d say its well deserved. Its fast, clean and has a contemporary feel to it and packs just about all the information you could want in one place. I simply love it.

An iOS version, rated 4.3 is also available for Apple aficionados.

What are the truly fab features of this free trading app?

1.)For one, you the user,always have access to real-time streaming quotes ,both NSE and BSE, and can track your watch list, monitor the  markets and track your holdings,even if you aren’t logged in.

2.)Then again you can can track and trade across Equity, Equity Derivatives, Commodity, Currency Derivatives, NCDs, Bonds, Debt and e-SIP across NSE, BSE, MCX and NCDEX, all in one place. This is not something you can find being offered by all brokerages ,all in one place. Certainly my current service provider doesn’t.

3.) Next you  can see the Top Gainers & Losers, Most Active, 52 Week High & Low, Volume Buzzers, FII DII Flows, Sector Performance, Roll Over Analysis, Option Chain, etc. details all in one place in a concise and easy to locate manner.

4.)If day trading is your thing,this  app also offers users live, tick-by-tick intraday charts to help you take the right decisions on the move. Read more of this post

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An IPO Investment Tip


wealthymatters.comI’m not really that much of an IPO  investor-I have only applied twice,once for Coal India and the second time for MCX.I find IPOs too much of a gamble.I’m never certain that I have all the relevant facts before me to take a decision.Blind trust and money just don’t go together for me.That said, I have heard the stories of how people have made good money fast from IPOs.So I continue to look for ways to even the odds in the game.This is an article I came across in the ET:http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-06-01/news/31959423_1_nonvegetarian-food-investors-listing-day

The relevant excerpt is as follows: Read more of this post

Gold Price Sources.


wealthymatters.comThe new national pastime seems to be watching the gold price avidly.My dad catches up on it in the newspapers and my mom insists on watching it on TV and giving me periodic updates. Never mind that there is so much delay in the prices relayed to make things pretty confusing.

If you must follow the gold prices, these are the best places to do so:

The COMEX prices are shown live on the chart at the top left hand side of the page here: http://www.goldprice.org/spot-gold.html

This link will show the MCX spot prices  http://www.mcxindia.com/sitepages/spotMarketPrice.aspx

And to get a sense of which way gold dealers think the prices will go,use this link: http://www.mcxindia.com/sitepages/RealTimeData.aspx  Read more of this post

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