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Local Innovation for the Stock Market


StocksPartner

A friend of mine has a start-up and they just launched a product to assist stock traders at the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE). It’s a tool you can use to get analytics on the different companies listed on the NSE to avoid speculative investment in stocks. Here is a word from Tony, part of the team that created StocksPartner!

Do you invest at the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) and have problems keeping track of share price movement?

I am pleased to announce the availability of a new stocks analytics tool for the NSE that will be of enormous help at www.stockspartner.com!

Its called Stocks Partner 2007 and I think you should use it too. It’s software for tracking price movement on the Nairobi Stock Exchange. Instead of having to go to a website or your email to download daily price lists, just run it. It keeps track of the same information graphically.

The software has these features
. Easy to use
. Easily Analyze Trends
. Easy comparisons
. Get information fast and easy
. Quick Automatic Updates
. Graphing facilities
. Auto verify to ensure graphs are correct
. Update from anywhere

Download a FREE copy from www.stockspartner.com today. You’ll love it.

Cheers
Anthony Shikali

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  1. [...] series. So far i did a post on the new application for analyzing the stock market, StocksPartner. This time around however the focus is on a Web 2.0 [...]

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