Stock Quotes In Real-Time: Your Comprehensive Source
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Are you on the hunt for some free real-time stock quote services?
Don't want to shell out for a paid service, but also don't want to suffer with 15 minute delayed quotes?
Many of the big sites (Google Finance, MSN Money) now offer free real-time stock quotes. Here are some links for you:
ADVFN - ADVFN offers free real-time quotes. Simply become a free member and you will have access to their services.
Google Finance - Google Finance started offering free real-time quotes in June of 2008.
MSN Money - Another viable option. The only problem with MSN Money is that you need to log in to MSN in order to utilize the service. If I am on a wireless connection or sitting at a public computer, then I prefer to use Google Finance as I don't have to sign in.
Freerealtime.com - This site was offering free real-time quotes WAY before Google Finance and MSN Money. They have been around for at least a decade, because I remember using them in the late '90s when I was away from my computer and needed a real-time quote. Freerealtime.com will always have a spot in my heart.
CNBC.com - Doesn't require you to register. Located at the top of every page on the site.
WSJ.com - Also offers real-time stock quotes.
Over the past 6-7 months, most of the major online financial sites have added free real-time quotes for their users.
Require streaming quotes? Your discount online brokerage will offer them.
If you don't use a discount brokerage, then there are stand-alone streaming quote packages available for a monthly fee.
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