Stock Screener: Additional Features and Support
  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: Additional Features and Support

Other Features
Portfolio: The portfolio tool is only available to registered users (free) and allows the user to construct and save a portfolio by hypothetically buying or selling securities of their choice at a specific time and price. Collaborate: A private discussion platform that allows investors and traders to interact with one another. Users must be registered (free) and can then create their own channel or subscribe to other people's channels.

Store: All users can access the store, which provides a summary of brokers, research sites, magazines, hardware, software, trading data and financial events.

All users can contact Finviz via the Contact page listed at the very bottom of every page. A Help page is also available, which answers common questions users may have about registering, upgrading their account or using the analysis tools. The Help page can be accessed via the link in the upper right-hand corner of the site.

Figure 8. Help Menu
The Bottom Line
Finviz provides visitors access to market information, which is presented in a highly visual and easy-to-use format. While most tools are available for free to all users, registration - which is free - is required in order to save any settings. Users can also upgrade to Elite mode for a monthly or yearly fee. Elite mode provides all the tools with real-time data as well as opens up other features such as premarket data, advanced charting, backtesting, correlations, alerts and a no-advertising layout. (For related reading, see How To Use Volume To Improve Your Trading.)

  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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