Free NASDAQ Portfolio Manager ‘QFolio’ app now available for Apple iPhone and iPod touch

Apple Online Store The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. today announced it has introduced a new stock market application called NASDAQ Portfolio Manager (QFolio) now available from the Apple App Store. With the NASDAQ Portfolio Manager, investors can use their Apple iPhone or iPod touch to build a quick watch list or a detailed portfolio of U.S. stocks to track price performance in real time, access pre-market and after-hour quotes and view dynamic charts. The NASDAQ Portfolio Manager also provides access to StockTwits — a rapidly growing community for private investors.

“Investing and watching the markets have gone mobile and there is a significant demand from iPhone and iPod touch users for real-time market tools and information,” said Anna Ewing, Chief Information Officer of NASDAQ OMX, in the press release. “At NASDAQ OMX we believe in market transparency and making real time prices available to everyone so we developed the NASDAQ Portfolio Manager as a way for investors to access and work with the most critical information they seek.”

The NASDAQ Portfolio Manager for iPhone and iPod touch is available for free from Apple’s iTunes App Store here.

Source: NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.


  1. Stan: I got a hundred dollar check from my grandma, and my dad said I need to put it in the NASDAQ so it can grow on my iPhone over the years.

    Teller: Well that’s fantastic, a really smart decision, young man. We can put that check in a Money Market Mutual Fund, then we’ll reinvest the earnings into foreign currency accounts with compounding interest aaand it’s gone!

  2. FYI, I needed to search using “NASDAQ” as the search term. iTMS does not have “QFolio” as a search keyword yet.

    I realize the article links to it. But hours after I closed the article I was shopping around the App Store and remembered the app and searched for it to no avail using “QFolio” and other variations of that.

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