Stock.Div v4.6.1 Updated

aiClipboard on 21 Dec 2017
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  • Released on 21 Dec 2017
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Stock.Div is an investment management application targeted primarily to Dividend Growth Investment, but with a variety of related functionality. The program makes it easier to view income from dividends in a rich dashboard visualization, as well as separate relevant portfolio data into sections.

System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download StockDiv.exe to a folder of your choice and launch.
What's new? * Dividend increase between a year back and 2 years back per stock
* Notes are stored also when a stock is removed from the portfolio
* Copy/Move stocks between portfolios
* Delete several stocks in one click from the portfolio
* Support automatic conversion of price in GBX to USD (London)
* Show income and T/R also to a fully sold stock in the stock's window
* Currency selectors per portfolio
* Option to show financial sites in your browser instead of the built in one
* Added currency selector to My Assets
* Keep size/position of window for next startup
* Option to show/hide tabs of the portfolio
* Split now supports x/y
* Option to delete several symbols in one click from the screener
* Update sector of several symbols in one click from the screener
* Update notes of several symbols in one click from the screener
* Added 52w high/low to the screener
* Added SSL support
* Total dividends for selected year (Tools and settings)
* Message center that will show when there is an important messages to the users (from me)
* Right click "All Portfolios" to select the included portfolios
* Added support for CAD currency and exchange rate
* Added support for Canadian, French, London, Vienna, Frankfurt stocks and their dividends
* Stock's window years growth drop down will be remembered
* Added Fish's list last imported date
* In my assets, the symbol and asset name columns are now fixed to the left
* A small redesign of the overview page
* A better exchange rate calculation of future dividends
* Fixed all currency exchange rate issues
* Added support for Amsterdam stocks
* Support for stock market holidays in trading hours clock
* Added support for Brussels stocks exchange
* Added support for Madrid stocks exchange
* Next dividend date is now ex day and no pay day
* Added an option to manually mark a dividend as special (use it carefully)
* Better detection of ETFs
* Better support for ETF's dividend history
* Pay day was added to my assets and screener
* Added option to clear tag in multiple tag update (my assets)
* Option to retry when failing to get symbol information when adding a new stock
* Bugs fixes and improvements
* Exchange rate conversions fixes when adding a transaction in other currency than USD
* Tags diversity was added to sectors diversity
* Tools & Settings-> General tab wll list your cash from the different portfolios
* All portfolios can be define in groups
* What happened since I bought it - historical data for a stock since you bought it
* Import portfolio in other currencies than USD, see import window for instructions
* Symbol and Company name in Yearly Payment Matrix are now fixed to the left
* Overview -> Projection -> Current year's "not recieved" for stocks bought in the middle of the year
* Added Custom to commissions in transaction window
* Added Custom to dividend projection percentage in stock's window (Press Enter to show the effect)
* Added Ex day to stock's window
* Added warning for missing dividend history/frequency
* Added option to exclude a stock from warnings/increases (notes section of stock's window)
* Hovering gain/loss bar will show the amount
* When exiting in all portfolios mode, the application will open back in all portfolios mode
* Bugs fixes and improvements

1 comment on Stock.Div  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Midas 2017-02-01 12:07

Please, somebody update the database entry icon, it looks unsightly pixelated as it is... :(


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