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Piggy Market Squeak

Piggy Market Squeak

Piggy Market Squeak is an easy to use stocks and shares alert system for financial technical analysis and trend alert trading. This application comes with a user-friendly graphical user interface and an email alerts system. It can highlight and sort and buy and sell signals from diverse market places or personal portfolios.

Piggy Market Squeak provides advice to buy or sell stocks and shares using financial quote technical analysis.

The tool is quite versatile, and made to programmatically integrate any Trading Indicator as long as it is based on open, closed, high, low prices, as well as trade volumes.

 PMS

Price
Free to download

Size
54.0MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Guillaume Thoreton

Website
sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment

Support:
Forum, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • List, highlight and sort the stocks and shares with buy or sell advice
  • Automatic portfolio management on indicators signals
  • Automatic portfolio management on analysts recommendations
  • Past Indicators signals replay
  • Supports multi markets, currencies and indices
  • Historical quotation data diagrams and relative comparisons
  • Integrate financial market trend indicators based on open, closed, high, low prices, as well as trade volumes
  • Email alerts
  • Easily integrates new markets and indicators
  • User friendly Standard Widget Toolkit Graphical user interface

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