Sioux Falls, SD, April 7, 2022 – MarketBeat, a leading source for stock market data and research tools, is proud to announce the release of a brand new brokerage syncing tool. Investors now have increased ability to track real-time performance and analytics for the stocks that matter the most to them within My MarketBeat.
MarketBeat’s newest tool allows current MarketBeat Daily Premium and MarketBeat All Access subscribers to create a watchlist securely linked to their brokerage accounts for automatic updates whenever they buy or sell stock. Users’ data is safe, the username and passwords to their financial institution won’t be shared. It has never been easier.
Having partnered with Plaid, the brokerage syncing tool allows for the retrieval of investment data from a broad coverage network that includes banks, brokerages, credit unions and retirement plan providers. This tool allows subscribers to take the guesswork out of following their stocks.
Brokerage syncing will allow users to build a smarter portfolio that helps make their research easier. For those ready to utilize this new feature, it is important to note that each brokerage may have additional instructions or restrictions that are important to read up on. In addition, while your watchlist is synced to your brokerage, edits to holdings on your watchlist may be overwritten by updates from your brokerage.
You can learn more about how to implement this feature on your account by visiting here.
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Laycee Kluin / MarketBeat