In my ongoing review of financial markets applications for iPad, there are several which defy easy categorization or seem to be the only entrants in their respective categories. The app has two main bits of features: an ETF screen and ETFdb news articles. The screen is somewhat basic and the articles come in chronological order, what it creates it difficult to keep an eye on specific sectors or asset classes in real-time.
Still, when one drills from the screening tool down, some excellent ETF (and ETN) content is unveiled. The CBOE app covers a different slice or slices of the investment world. It includes general market data (indices, most active stocks, most active options, etc.), rates, news, and a watchlist function where users can draw up options chains and gain access to data and graphs for every option associated with a specific underlying.
The CBOE app also has some high quality educational content from your options Institute. Here you can learn the basics of options strategies, take an internet course, or review a number of additional educational materials from the CBOE’s educational arm. CBOE TV content is also available on the app. These include videos on breaking news, and timely subjects as well as more general background material.
- Investing or saving money
- Does any involuntary part-time work
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- Numbers of stocks authorised, issued and fully paid, and issued but not fully paid
- Especially useful when there is bound or no comparable information
Last but not least, the CBOE application has a link to the CBOE twitter feed, which shows significant options transactions, breaking news and new content on the CBOE web site. For those who are interested in options and particularly options education, the CBOE iPad application should be a high concern.
I found WolframAlpha to be the most interesting and difficult to describe of the three apps. This is partly because it had been awhile since I visited the WolframAlpha web site, but also because the application is such a superb fit for the iPad form display and factor. 1.99 I’ve little doubt that users will find a way to get their money’s well worth out of this application. In amount, these are three applications that cover a particular aspect of the investment universe and do so in an attractive manner. Investors thinking about ETFs, options or computational graphics and data are encouraged to take each of these three apps for a test drive.
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