Wikinvest Portfolio HD


Track and analyze your investments anytime, anywhere with the new Wikinvest tablet app.Wikinvest Portfolio HD is the first portfolio that tracks all of your investment accounts, all in one place. Set up your investment and finance accounts on, or add them directly from your U.S.-based brokerage so you can follow all of your investments wherever you go.Wikinvest’s secure connection automatically imports your stock, ETF, and mutual fund holdings into one view on your Honeycomb tablet and updates nightly so you never have to enter your trades or holdings into a portfolio management tool again.Highlights of the app include:* Link and aggregate multiple brokerage accounts and track your investments on the go* View interactive charts of your portfolio* Get at-a-glance or in-depth views on movers* Compare your performance to major indices* Read up on the latest company news* Dive into company analyses directly from the Wikinvest trove of content* Get partial valuation, income and balance sheet financials* Visualize your asset allocation by class and geography* Analyze key metrics for risk, return, and dividend yieldsYou can import holdings from over 60+ brokerages, including Fidelity, ETrade, Scottrade, TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab, Merrill Lynch, Sharebuilder, Vanguard, T. Rowe Price, Zecco, USAA, Edward Jones, and more.Don’t see your brokerage* in the list? Let us know, and we’ll be sure to add it as soon as possible. You can still use the Wikinvest Portfolio with watchlists and manually created portfolios from send feedback on the Wikinvest Portfolio, email us at!Security Our servers are protected by 24/7 on-site security. We use 256-bit SSL encryption (bank-level) for all of our data and none of your data is personally identifiable. Our portfolio tracker is read-only, you cannot make trades from our platform. We have been reviewed by Verisign, McAfee, TRUSTe. See also and our Privacy Policy The new portfolio-management tool from is already the most advanced of its kind" – Barron’s Other mentions by TechCrunch, Wired, VentureBeat, and more.

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