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PortfolioRunner: New portfolio analytics tool to leave beta

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PortfolioRunner: New portfolio analytics tool to leave beta

New portfolio analytics tool, PortfolioRunner, is readying to leave its beta testing and formally launch.  Well, it’s actually more than an analytics tool.  Portfolio Runner does 3 things:

  1. makes stock recommendations: using a variety of technical, fundamental and crowdsourcing algorithms, PR suggest additions stocks to buy/sell
  2. risk management: PR helps investors determine size of individual positions and suggests an exit strategy for each position
  3. news analysis: PR makes it easy for investors to follow breaking news on the fly, determining whether the news is positive or negative for the stock, and extracting relevant info.

Check it out and let us know what you think of it in the comments below.

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