Check the current market price of a specific stock, use the chart to track an asset’s value over time and learn about the statistics of a respective stock.
If you have an open position, you can see the following detailed information:
- Shares: The number of shares you own;
- Equity: The value of your shares;
- Average cost: average amount you paid for your shares;
- Today’s return: The amount of capital gain or loss on the stock on that specific trading day;
- Total Return: The amount of capital gain or loss since you bought the stock.
Statistics provide you a wealth of information about an asset and are available to all assets, even if you don't own them:
- Open: The value of the asset at market open;
- Volume: The number of shares traded on the market during one specific day;
- Market Capitalization: The market value of the company’s outstanding shares. Market Capitalization equals the share price multiplied by the number of shares outstanding;
- High: The asset’s highest value during one specific day;
- Average volume: average number of shares traded per day over the last 52 weeks, on the entire market;
- Low: The asset’s lowest value during one specific day;
- 52-Week High: the asset’s highest value in the last 52 weeks;
- Price Earnings Ratio: The stock’s price-per-share to earnings-per-share ratio;
- 52-Week Low: the asset’s lowest value in the last 52 weeks;
- Dividend/Yield: The stock’s fiscal dividend yield, which is the annual dividend paid by the company divided by the current price of its share.