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Google Finance is removing the Portfolio feature

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Good list of alternatives to Google Finance was posted here:
https://www.reddit.com/r/financialindep ... eature_is/
I would personally pick something that lets you store your data on your computer and I would not trust any websites. Too many changes are happening right now - Yahoo Finance recently changed how their data is accessed, etc.
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Dec 6, 2006
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So with Google portfolio apparently coming to an end soon, what're the other similar or better free alternatives?
I have a bunch of "portfolio" on Google Finance, including particular trading/investing, and a whole bunch of different watchlists.
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I use Google sheets to build my own portfolio. Prices are tracked via Google Finance, which will continue to exist. The spreadsheet on the Performance menu of my website is one example of how to customize it.

Here is a list of other alternatives to manage your portfolio:

- JStock (Desktop) - A free Java-based software program to keep an eye on your portfolio. It supports alerts, watchlists, charts, and news among other things.

- MSN Money (Online) - Portfolio manager by MSN. Manage your portfolio online or on Windows 10 devices.

- MyStock Portfolio and Widget (Android) - Free app to manage one or multiple portfolios on Android devices. Features real-time quotes, currency conversion, charts, market news and more.

- Ticker Stock Portfolio Manager (iOS) - Manage one or multiple portfolios on iOS devices. Supports notifications and more. Includes subscription upgrades.

- Yahoo Finance Portfolios (Online) - This requires a Yahoo account. You can track performance of stocks in real-time, and get news and other information related to your symbols.


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Apr 9, 2012
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Markham
Very puzzled as to why they are ending this function.

I think they might have a new function though. How can google compete with others without a portfolio tracking function.
Member
Feb 4, 2017
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Toronto
really going to miss this function and hope they have a good replacement for it
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Oct 23, 2017
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There's a couple of suggestions over on Reddit.

Sharesight portfolio tracker looks good but is 'freemium' not free.

Wealthica is interesting but not strictly a portfolio tracker so might not do what you want.
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atang810 wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 11:22 am
Very puzzled as to why they are ending this function.

I think they might have a new function though. How can google compete with others without a portfolio tracking function.
I thought a new version of Google Finance is coming out soon. Their graph drawing is the easiest out there.
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Damn...I am really going to miss Google Finance.
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I use the TMX website for watchlists, but dont really know if it is comparable to Google finance as I havent used it.
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Oct 1, 2006
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Daveoo wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 6:45 pm
There's a couple of suggestions over on Reddit.

Sharesight portfolio tracker looks good but is 'freemium' not free.

Wealthica is interesting but not strictly a portfolio tracker so might not do what you want.
I had a look at Sharesight. It looks interesting. Unfortunately, it doe snot support TD eseries funds.
Newbie
Oct 25, 2017
3 posts
I was looking for a free (and ads-free), similarly simple and functional portfolio tracker, with optional advanced features and ended up going with Wallmine portfolios. I'm very happy with the service.
Newbie
Oct 25, 2017
3 posts
Yahoo Finance was the first alternative on the list for me as well but their reliability is sad at times. There are some very good alternative tools depending on whether you're looking for just a portfolio tracker or more of a wholesome services as Google Finance. I've been very happy with Wallmine Portfolios as they exactly fit the expectations of a Google Finance replacement.
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Jan 2, 2013
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Mississauga
I switched to AlphaTracker. Not nearly as intuitive originally as Google Finance, but once you get used to it - it's quite good. Good support too!
Newbie
Jun 23, 2012
57 posts
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Calgary
I actually ended up using morningstar.ca to track my portfolios. Fairly simple and straightforward.

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