Scottrade Brings Secure Online Trading to Your Android Smart Phone with New App

Scottrade released an official Android app yesterday which will surely appeal to investors and day traders everywhere.  The free application runs on devices with Android 1.5 or higher offers real-time news, analysis, and research tools directly in your pocket.  Not only will users be able to keep track of stock quotes and industry news, but they’ll be able to execute trades right from their handset.

Additional features of the Scottrade Mobile app for Android:

  • Monitor investments
  • Generate investment ideas
  • Research opportunities and
  • Robust charting capabilities
  • Real-time streaming quotes and watch lists
  • Pre-market and after-hours trading
  • Automatically synched watch lists and alerts within account
  • Transaction history display
  • Fundamental statistics and profiles on public companies

Head to the press release for additional information.  If you’d like to download the Scottrade Android application, hit the link below!




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1 Comment

  1. Sean
    August 03, 21:56 Reply

     Nice, but no Honeycomb compatibility  :(

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