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Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by Admin on Wed Jan 30 2008, 14:53

What website/tool/utility do you use to manage your portfolio?

The one provided by your broker? (where you hold demat account?)

Money Control?

Rediff Money?

In some excel sheet?

Some standalone applications?

Write about pros and cons of your portfolio manager

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Post by gbhupesh on Thu Jan 31 2008, 18:52

I have one at MoneyControl (MC), but I only record MutualFund transcation there. I have tried it with Rediff but I do not see any major advantage with rediff that I should spend some time migrating my data from MC.

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Re: Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by vishwas.tp on Sat Feb 23 2008, 21:37

Moneycontrol is the best. Till today I have not found a "FREE" portfolio tool with maximum number of options than moneycontrol.

For mutual funds it will be ok as the NAV will be calculated on daily basis, but for daily Stock traders it would not be so useful as the refresh rate is around 2 minutes.

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Post by enidhi on Thu Feb 28 2008, 10:39

But I slightly prefer rediff portfolio manager-it is simple and gives all information in one page in one go.... Money control is good but looks a bit messy with too much information flooded into it...

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Re: Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by supreethamave on Thu Mar 13 2008, 12:16

I use Moneycontrol and Valueresearchonline for mutual fund transactions. Moneycontrol is the best from ease-of-use point of view. I also like valueresearchonline because their their fund analysis, performance analysis, fund portfolio analysis are very elaborate and informative.

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Re: Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by enidhi on Thu Mar 13 2008, 13:24

I am yet to check valueresearchonline... let me explore it

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Re: Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by pankaj joshi on Thu Mar 04 2010, 20:15

reliance money super trade.

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Re: Your most preferred Portfolio manager...

Post by srujanaa4 on Wed Aug 04 2010, 16:40

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