Stock Market Question

Hey all,

Guess this is my first post, but I've been cruising on here a while...

Question: Been in the market a few years but I'm looking for something very specific. I'd like some sort of site, program, extension, etc... that shows me a bucket of stocks in a grid formation with stocks that are up in green and those that are down in red. I've seen this on CNBC a ton but can't seem to find one.

Any help is much appreciated. Thank you.

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Comments (3)

Dec 26, 2014

use finviz

Dec 29, 2014

You can also try Y!Finance or Morningstar. If you sign-in you can set up a portfolio (in Morningstar it's under Tools -> Portfolio Manager) and you get a grid layout and I'm pretty sure they both give you highlights after each up/down tick.

Jan 1, 2015