Daily Stocks

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Daily Stocks was a stock market search engine site in the late 1990s and early 2000s.[1][2] Mike Onghai founded Daily Stocks in 1998.[3] When reviewing price/sells ratio, IPOs, and earning reports, website users could set date parameters.[4][5] It was one of the first websites to have the top 50 advancing and declining stocks for the American Stock Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ. It also had company-specific facts and figures.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Littauer, Stephen (Sep 1999). "How to invest on-line wisely". Consumers' Research Magazine 82 (9): 10. 
  2. ^ Anderson, James A. (Aug 1999). "Revenge of the value investors". Black Enterprise 30 (1): 113–120. 
  3. ^ "Financialweb.com, INC.". United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved 12 June 2014. 
  4. ^ Kurson, Ken (Apr 1999). "The Thrill of Stocks (Investing in Stocks)". Esquire. 
  5. ^ McCarthy, Marianne (March 1999). "Online Portfolio Managers". Link-Up 16 (2): 16. 
  6. ^ Anderson, James A. (Aug 1997). "8 Stocks to Bank on: Black Enterprise screens the market for core holdings with potential for solid returns". Black Enterprise 28 (1): 93–98. 
  7. ^ Jaffe, Charles A. (June 10, 2001). "Chart Your Stocks". The Boston Globe.