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Compare financials of Two or More Stocks

March 16th, 2010 No comments

If you are looking to compare technical information or key metrics like Market Value, Revenue, Net Earnings, P/E, Profit Margin, Dividend etc of two or more stocks, then check the sites listed below. All the popular sites like finance.yahoo.com, finance.google.com and others will allow you to compare stock charts, but not the detailed financial information.

Smarty Money – Stock Compare
SmartMoney will allow you to compare and analyze any number stocks at a time. They also have an applet version of the analyzer will only allow you to compare three stocks. Included below is a screen print of the smartmoney website.

SmartMoney_CompareStocks

Nasdaq – Stock Comparison
Nasdaq will allow you to compare up to a maximum of five stocks. The will even allow you to compare stocks that are not traded in their exchange.
Included below is a screen print of the Nasdaq stock comparison website.
Nasdaq_CompareStocks


If you know any better websites for comparing technical information of stocks, feel free to comment.

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Email to Fax – FREE

November 16th, 2006 1 comment

TCP Fax offers a service that enables you send fax from your email, for free. To send your fax via e-mail, start your mail software and compose a new e-mail message.

remote-printer.recipient_name@fax_number.iddd.tpc.int

An example:

remote-printer.Arlington_Hewes/Room_403@14959682590.iddd.tpc.int

This will send a fax to the number 495-968-2590 (the first ‘1‘ at in the fax number is the country code for the USA)
The coversheet will look like this:

Please deliver to:
Arlington Hewes
Room 403

Before you try, check whether your fax number is covered: www.tpc.int/verify.html

Source: www.tpc.int/faxbyemail.html 

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Gmail as a disk drive

September 25th, 2006 1 comment

Ever thought of using Gmail as a drive to store or back up files, then check this link.

http://www.viksoe.dk/code/gmail.htm

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Software Projects Listing

September 11th, 2006 No comments

www.odesk.com/

Hire: the oDesk Marketplace lets buyers search, interview and hire providers from across the globe. Providers can also apply to job openings posted by buyers.Manage: the oDesk Workplace lets buyers assign tasks, track progress, manage source code, and collaborate. Providers login to work each day at the oDesk Workplace.

Pay: oDesk’s payment system charges buyers each week for hours worked, and generates detailed timelogs to give literal visibility into the underlying work activity of providers.

www.eworkmarkets.com/

Lot of projects, mostly medium size ones in different categories like marketing to tech.

www.guru.com

Small IT projects.

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farecast.com – Airfare Predictions

August 22nd, 2006 No comments

Fare Prediction

A Fare Prediction shows if the lowest fare is rising or dropping over the next seven days for the specific dates and cities searched. Each prediction includes the following elements:

  1. Arrow: An indication of whether the lowest fare is rising, dropping, or staying the same.
  2. Confidence: A percentage based on our track record for similar predictions for the market searched.
  3. Average Fare Change: An amount reflecting the average fare change recorded when similar predictions were correct for the market.
  4. Buying Tip: Our recommendation based on the prediction information.

Fare Predecition Sample

Fare History

Fare History charts the lowest fare observed each day for your trip, up to 90 days ago. In other words, it’s as if you would have searched for your trip every day and plotted the lowest fare actually available. To provide the airfare history, we have made more than 90 billion, and counting, airfare observations based on real pricing and availability.
Learn about Airfare Prediction and Fare History

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SocialPicks.com

August 22nd, 2006 3 comments

SocialPicks is focused on reputation building and small group collaboration. They have just begun to offer limited beta accounts.
Users enter their stock trading activities and thoughts then befriend and rate other users. Reputations are built according to a user’s percentage of winning picks, quality of insights as judged by the community and number of trades made. With commenting, feeds and a list of popular stocks that looks like a tag cloud (just charming really) this site has got most of the requisite features of a standard social network. SocialPicks believes that an emphasis on individual reputation instead of aggregate information will prevent much of the gaming that critics of social stock sites often critique.

-techcrunch

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Guba.com

August 22nd, 2006 No comments

Guba, who recently added professional content from Warner and Sony to its user generated lineup, announced today that it’s dropping prices on rentals and purchases.
View-On-Demand (VOD), a 24 hour rental priced from $1.79 to $2.99 will drop to $.49 for catalog titles to $.99 for new titles. Download-To-Own (DTO) will go from a range of $9.99 to $19.99 to $4.99 for catalog titles and $9.99 for new releases.

– techcrunch

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