You can use the Detail page to make informed decisions about your investments, track your returns, and much more.
You can use the chart to track an asset’s value over time, in one day, one week, one month, three month, one year, or five year increments. Simply tap the different increments to view the various timelines, or press down on the chart itself to see specific price points along the timeline.
During the extended-hours session, you’ll notice two lines of percentage changes: one that shows the day’s movement during the regular trading session, and one that shows the ongoing percentage change in the extended-hours session.
If you have an open position in a stock, you can see information about your returns, your equity, and your portfolio diversity.
- The number of shares you own
- The value of your shares
- Average Cost
- The average amount you paid for your shares
- Portfolio Diversity
- The percentage of your portfolio invested in the asset
- Today's Return
- The amount of money you’ve made or lost on the stock on that trading day
- Total Return
- The amount of money you’ve made or lost since you opened the position
Collections allow you to see which curated groups a stock falls into so that you can quickly find more stocks like it. This features is only available for stocks, not cryptocurrencies or options.
Stats provides a wealth of information about a stock you may want to buy or sell.
- The value of the stock at market open
- The number shares traded on Nasdaq during the day’s trading session
- The stock’s highest value during the day’s trading session
- Average Volume
- The average number of shares traded per day over the last 52 weeks, on all exchanges
- The stock’s lowest value during the day’s trading session
- 52-Week High
- The stock’s highest value in the last 52 weeks
- Price Earnings Ratio
- The stock’s price-per-share to earnings-per-share ratio
- 52-Week Low
- The stock’s lowest value in the last 52 weeks
- The stock’s fiscal dividend yield
You can check a stock's volatility rating (Low, Medium, or High), along with the amount of buying power you can use to open a position in it.
You can view your buy and sell history for a stock you own.
You can check out a brief description of the company or fund in this section.