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NSE Market Tracker

NSE has introduced a new feature NSE Market Tracker. This is an excellent information provider giving complete details about a stock. Recently NSE had introduced NSE Tame an technical analysis tool, though available for members only, and now it has introduced a fundamental data tool.

Once you enter a stock name, you can find the stock quote , financial results, stock holding pattern, board meetings and trading history. Also you can get complete information about the company, corporate actions and announcements.

Another there is a nice feature Intraday chart and comparison with the index. One can compare the performance of the stock with the Nifty Index. You can also see the trading history of the particular stock. Of course the download section provides the historical data to be downloaded.

This NSE Market Tracker is a fine service provided by NSE and investors/traders can make use of this to enhance their investing/trading decisions.

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