Stock Screener: Account Types And Fees
  1. Stock Screener: Introduction
  2. Stock Screener: Account Types And Fees
  3. Stock Screener: Market Snapshots
  4. Stock Screener: Free Analysis Tools
  5. Stock Screener: Additional Features and Support Stock Screener: Account Types And Fees

There are three basic categories under which visitors will fall. Each category offers slightly different functionality. Guest: When you are a guest you can roam the site for free, and there is no sign up or logging in. Guests have basic functionality, which means they can access most features except those that require saving data such as the Portfolio or Collaborate functions. Market data is delayed for guests.

Registered: Guests can choose to register with the site, which is a free and simple process. Registered users also have basic functionality but with access to more features including being able to save portfolios and collaborate with others. Market data is delayed for registered users.

Elite: A paid version of Finviz is also available. The cost is $39.50/month or $299.50/year (subject to change). The Elite version provides access to all standard features plus additional features not available to guests or registered users such as real-time quotes, premarket data (starting at 9:00 AM ET), advanced charting, backtesting, correlations, alerts and a no-advertising layout. (For related reading, see Mastering Short-Term Trading.) Stock Screener: Market Snapshots

  1. Stock Screener: Introduction
  2. Stock Screener: Account Types And Fees
  3. Stock Screener: Market Snapshots
  4. Stock Screener: Free Analysis Tools
  5. Stock Screener: Additional Features and Support
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