|Developer(s)||Money. Net Incorporated|
|Stable release||ver. 4.15 / April 17, 2015|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows
Apple OS X
Money.Net provides real-time live streaming financial market information such as prices, breaking financial news, technical analysis charts, trade idea generation tools, and a spreadsheet API over the internet to individual investors, traders and institutional trading floors.
The Money.Net product provides "access to real-time market data and trends for a sliver of what" traditional market data terminals cost.
Money.Net's cloud-based product has several hundred thousand registered users. The product has high usage rates with an average user logging on for 20 days per month. The product is available on desktop and mobile devices.
The Money.Net product has been reviewed several times by the Wall Street Journal for offering "affordable streaming real-time portfolios and ancillary tools." The magazine Computerized Investing commented that the most recent version "added several new features to become more intuitive and user-friendly."
The New York Times in a story describing a global system failure of the Bloomberg system describes Money.Net as an "..upstart hoping to challenge Bloomberg.."
In early 2014, Morgan Downey, become Money.Net CEO. Prior to Money. Net, he had been the Global Head of commodities at Bloomberg LP. Prior to Bloomberg LP, Morgan Downey was a successful commodities trader and author of the global bestselling book Oil 101.
In a profile by Entrepreneur Magazine, Morgan Downey said '“I realized after working with the terminal and actually working on the terminal offering for so many years that I could build my own," he says. "And better, for less money.”'
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