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This is a web based dashboard that helps you sort your portfolio. It is very clean and easy to use. This is a great tool for beginners because it includes just the basic info you need to manage your portfolio.
This is a desktop application. It provides more detailed information than the Setsocial app. You can also leave it running in the background so information about dividends and prices constantly stay up to date. Since it’s a desktop app you don’t have to worry about disclosing your login information to a third party. The downside is it only works on Windows.
This is another web based dashboard. It has tons of information and ways to sort your portfolio. If you are looking for more in depth management of your portfolio this is a great tool. If you are new to Empire Avenue or portfolio management it may be a little overwhelming. It also allows batch buys and sells at no cost to the user which is awesome. This app is developed and maintained by (e)DrDavd.
This is the most robust tool. It provides access to all your alerts, account information, and portfolio information. It is really a full fledged dashboard. This is also the only tool that lets you invest in people directly from the dashboard instead of redirecting to EAv. Think of it as a sort of Hootsuite for Empire Avenue. There are even paid plans that add additional functionality like multiple accounts and automatic purchasing and selling.
This is my personal favorite. It was made by one of the top 5 wealthiest people on EAv and has been in development for a while. It was built for (e)Pod101‘s personal use so you know it is powerful. It is butt ugly but it gets the job done quick and easy. In addition to supplying portfolio information it also provides charts similar to traditional stock charts, overall market information, and a custom scoring system called ‘podpoints’. The main reason I prefer this tool is it’s free and easy buy and sell automation. You can set a search filter in numerous ways to find batches of 20 and simply invest a set amount of eaves in each one. For instance you can sort by people that own more shares in you than you own in them and buyback 20 at a time. EAvNet has automated buying but it costs whereas EAv Tips does not cost anything.
If you know of other tools please let me know so I can add them to the list.
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