UK - A new financial website which will enable schemes and their members to get real-time information on share values launches today.
MoneyAM – which uses information supplied on a direct feed from the London Stock Exchange – is headed by financial guru Michael Boydell.
He previously masterminded ADVFN site and is credited with making it the country’s biggest website for investors and traders.
MoneyAM tracks the value of individual shares, offers updates on share movements and pricing information from brokers.
Immediate coverage of the major investment stories each day is provided by Shares, the UK’s fastest growing investment magazine and a sister title to IPN and Professional Pensions.
Boydell believes growing market volatility has made quick access to market information essential.
He said: “The site is dedicated to providing investors with all the most up-to-date tools and analysis to manage an investment portfolio.”
Other key features of the website are share price alerts, in-depth research and analysis on all quoted companies and a bulletin board.
MoneyAM will offer a range of service levels that start with a £5 basic monthly subscription with various upgrade options culminating in a multi-access package available at £50 a month.
Users can visit the site before paying and can test track a share of their choice. For details, log on to moneyam.com
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