ESQuotes is a powerful Microsoft Excel workbook and Dynamic Link Library (DLL) for stocks and mutual funds. Stock quotes are retrieved direct from Internet without downloading. ESQuotes dynamically updates stock market price, change, volume, high/low, etc. from the internet! Excel provides the framework for managing your own personal portfolio of stocks and mutual funds. ESQuotes' easy to use interface allows you to watch prices, changes, volume (and more) with simple "=functions()" you already understand.
Internet Stock Quotes
ESQuotes is not just a Microsoft Excel workbook. It combines a powerful custom DLL (Dynamic Link Library) which communicates directly to popular internet stock quote servers and gets your stock quotes from internet without having to download separate files and then having to import them. ESQuotes dynamically updates stock market price, change, volume, high/low, etc. instantly! Registered users get them in real time!
Works at the Office and at Home
Nothing's more annoying than not being able to watch your stocks at the office because the internet police are out in full force! ESQuotes is your electronic counter measure and works through corporate firewalls using normal http protocol and ports. This simply means that ESQuotes looks like an ordinary browser by your computer, so ESQuotes can't be blocked without blocking all browsers. ESQuotes will hardly be noticed by the IS Police because it opens and closes the internet connection in less than 1 second for each batch of quotes. Multiple stock quotes are efficiently sent to the stock quote server. This keeps your Internet activity so minimal that the corporate internet police should never notice it at all, even if you quote every minute all day! While at work, ESQuotes quietly blends in with its surroundings, looking like an ordinary Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. HA! No one will know that you're keeping track of your stocks (that is unless you tell them)! ESQuotes is quite happy at home over a dialup connection, since it needs nearly zero bandwidth! This means that slow modem connections won't matter.
Example workbook with spreadsheets show how to dynamically update market price, change, volume, high/low price, date, and time. Excel calculates gain/loss, portfolio value and much, much more. Spreadsheets are there for mutual fund research and new stock ideas. Links are provided for additional information like: interactive charting, buy/sell opinions, news, message boards, Wall Street Journal, Morningstar, Bloomberg and more. Best of all, you can add your own links and modify this to suit your own needs!