JStock is a free, cross-platform and open source graphical software that allows you to monitor the stock markets of over 25 countries from all over the world. It comes with powerful functionality and unique features, such as stock watchlist, portfolio management, Intraday stock price snapshot, SMS alerts, as well as stock indicator editor and scanner.
Features at a glance
Key features include support for multiple stock watchlists, support for multiple countries, support for getting the current stock information, support for transaction records, cash and dividend management support, email notifications, SMS notifications, as well as support for multiple portfolios.
Furthermore, the program integrates into the system tray area of your operating system, allowing you to quickly interact with it, supports charting, which includes history stock/index information, portfolio and cash flow summary, allows users to store stock information in the cloud, integrates seamlessly with Android, and offers a currency exchange utility.
Additionally, it is very important to mention here that this application supports stock markets from a wide range of countries, including, but limited to, United States, Switzerland, Australia, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Brazil, Austria, Malaysia, Denmark, France, Korea, Portugal, Canada, Norway, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Belgium, Indonesia, Spain, Germany, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Sweden and Taiwan.-
Under the hood and availability
A quick look under the hood of JStock will show us that the application is written entirely in the Java programing language, using the Java Swing functionality for its graphical user interface. For your convenience, it’s available for download as a pre-built binary package that requires no installation, as well as a source tarball.
The software is fully compatible with any desktop or mobile operating system where the Java Runtime Environment is supported, including GNU/Linux, Android, Mac OS X, BSD, Solaris and Microsoft Windows. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.