Google-Finance

  • Google Finance Now Looks Better In Your Mobile Browser

    Google Finance Now Looks Better In Your Mobile Browser

    If you go to Google Finance on your iPhone or Android via the mobile browser, it looks a lot like an app. You can enter a ticker symbol or company name in the search box at the top to generate a current price and stock chart. Three buttons on top let you switch from a market view to your saved portfolio to news. The new mobile-friendly design just launched yesterday. (It is still catching up… Read More

  • The Web Struggling To Keep Up With The Stock Market Crash/Bounce

    The Web Struggling To Keep Up With The Stock Market Crash/Bounce

    In case you haven't been on Twitter in the past 20 minutes, the U.S. stock market is collapsing. Well, it was collapsing (the Dow was down over 1,000 points at one point), but now it's bouncing back. But you'd be forgiven if you have no idea what's going on just from watching the web, because frankly, it's struggling to keep up. It appears that under the weight of just about everyone checking the… Read More

  • Google Finance Adds Realtime News Streams

    Google Finance Adds Realtime News Streams

    You've heard of realtime stock quotes. Nearly every finance site has those. Now Google Finance is adding realtime news streams. If you go to its market news page, the stories will update automatically without refreshing the page, kind of like updates on FriendFeed but not as frequent. Looking at it now, new stories are updating only every minute or two, so I'm not sure how useful this is going… Read More

  • Google Domestic Trends: Should You Invest Based On Google Searches?

    Google Domestic Trends: Should You Invest Based On Google Searches?

    Google has launched a new area of Google Finance called "Google Domestic Trends." Basically, it allows you to look at various sectors of the U.S. economy based on how they are performing in Google's search index. The idea is that the volume of searches for related queries to a specific segment may "provide unique economic insight," says Google. That's an interesting idea, but does is it actually… Read More

  • Google Finance Gets A Little More Fancy

    Google Finance Gets A Little More Fancy

    It's been more than a month since Google Finance shed its beta label, and finally today it is rolling out some design tweaks it has been testing out for the past few months. In the screen shot above you can see most of the changes. There is now a persistent navigation bar on the left with links to news, portfolios, historical prices, and financials. In the left column, you also now see… Read More

  • Google Flatlines Again

    Google Flatlines Again

    This morning it appears that a number of Google services are having problems. We first noticed last night when our Google Analytics account wasn’t reporting any new data since 9am yesterday, but Analytics is often notoriously slow in receiving updates. This morning there were no further updates with our Analytics data, and in addition to that we have heard reports that both Google Finance… Read More

  • Google Finance – Lots of Flash & Ajax

    Google Finance – Lots of Flash & Ajax

    The rumor is that Google internally tested Google Finance through two full versions before releasing it today, and the extra attention shows. This is a great looking product overall. And they’ve taken things at least a step further than Yahoo Finance in its current form. The included information is similar to Yahoo Finance for public companies (stuff that can be scoured from public SEC… Read More