TickerTape is a small desktop ticker that displays your stocks and keeps you connected to other investors with a built-in message board. When messages are posted and you are monitoring the stock, the stocks envelop will light up. The user needs to register on the Web site to use the message board.
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"Does just what it's supposed to do, and a little more"
Version: TickerTape 1.3
I just want a running ticker of how a few stocks and indexes are doing, and it's fine for that. Easy to add/remove symbols to follow. Also, I wanted it to be unobtrusive, and you can control colors and whether it's always in front.
It bombed when I wanted to move it to a different place on the screen, so... I don't move it!
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