- Nextcloud is a free, decentralized and open cloud platform. It allows you to sync your files, calendars and contacts while staying in control of your data. As a platform you can extend it with many existing apps or write your own. With federated sharing, Nextcloud allows you to collaborate with people across different Nextcloud installations. Nextcloud also provides real-time communication through Spreed.me and collaborative editing through LibreOffice Online integration.
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- These calculators are real-time multi-model option chain pricers with analytics and interactive controls. optionmatrix is the GTK+ graphical user interface version and optionmatrix_console is the Curses version. Both programs feature: greeks, decimal date to real-date translations, real-date to decimal date translations, real-time time bleeding, configurable option expiration date engines, calendars, strike control systems, tickers and over 168+ option models. optionmatrix also supports: spreads, bonds, term structures, cash flow editing, source code viewing and text exporting.
- QChartist is a free charting software for making technical analysis on any data like Forex, Stocks. It is an open source technical analysis software. It provides a complete set of tools to perform technical analysis on charts and data. It helps to make forecasts mainly for markets but can also be used for weather or any quantifiable data. The program is flexible and its functionalities can be easily extended. You can draw geometrical shapes on your charts or plot programmable indicators from your data. It is also possible to filter or merge data. QChartist has useful features that you can only find in expensive professional softwares and it's free.
- Qtstalker is a stock market charting program, able to display charts in various styles and with many standard technical analysis indicators. Data can be downloaded from Yahoo Finance and some futures exchanges, or imported from a number of file formats. Scanning for conditions, backtesting of trading systems, and a basic portfolio manager are included. A plugin system allows new features to be added (written in C++) such as indicators, display elements, and data download or importing.
- 'QuoteFilter' parses E-mail messages from your financial institution and feeds stock update data into 'Xinvest' data files. It complements 'Xinvest' and 'Xquote'. 'Xquote' uses the web protocols (HTTP) to query servers online about stock or fund quotes. 'Xinvest' is a utility for tracking your assets.
- SMTM (Show Me The Money) is a configurable Perl/Tk stock ticker program. It creates and automatically updates a window with quotes from Yahoo! Finance. It can also display the entire variety of charts available at Yahoo! Finance. When called with one or several symbols, it displays these selected stocks. When smtm is called without arguments, it reads the symbols tickers from a file, by default ~/.smtmrc. This file can be created explicitly by calling the Save option from the File menu. Beyond stocks, smtm can also display currencies (from the Philadephia exchange), US mutual funds, options on US stocks, several precious metals and quite possibly more.
- 'Xinvest' is a tool to keep track of and to analyse your investments. It supports reports and various types of plots. You can manually maintain the values of your assets, or use the companion tools Xquote and QuoteFilter to feed them in autmatically.
- Xquote fetches stock quotes via web servers. It then feeds the data in to 'Xinvest.'
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