INTERACTIVE DEMO has been disabled as too many users were using that as their portfolio. To check out the site, just enter a cash balance or ticker symbol in the above form box. No registration necessary!
Clock Strikes Gold's 3 most popular investments: 1. PERMANENT PT
2. Schlumberger N.V. 3. Pan American Silv
Meeting Warren Buffett on February 4th!!
Wow. I just found out that I am one of the few people from my school who will fly to Omaha, Nebraska to meet with The Oracle himself.. Now I need to add a comments feature to this page so you can all tell me how jealous you are ;-)
Social Networking Update 2009-06-08
Below are a few links to my other websites and social network profiles. Please get in touch! I love to hear from users of the site - in fact, the most recent improvements were driven by user requests - and enjoy meeting new people. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn My Blog My Record Store My Alma Mater
About the Website/Application 2009-01-29
Thanks for checking out Clock Strikes Gold!
These free portfolio visualization tools are great for managing your investments, from asset allocation pie charts (cash/stock/retirement/etc) to graphs of your net worth, incl. Checking and Savings accounts. I am currently an MBA student at the University of Washington and am looking forward to adding more functionality to this site in the future..
Please Drop me a line to suggest new features for the site! Thanks, Zach
*3/3/08 Update: Added instructions on handling stock splits, dividends, options, credit cards and loans (under the "HINTS" menu), plus a bar graph showing allocation changes in one's portfolio over time.
Other Finance Tools/Links 2008-01-25
As you can see in the demo, Clock Strikes Gold has direct links for each security to Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, and StockCharts.com's P&F charts. Here are a couple other useful sites:
iPhone doesn't yet display Flash content, but after the latest firmware upgrade, I made a phonetop icon that clicks directly to ClockStrikes's portfolio detail view.
iPhone's built-in stock app is powered by Yahoo! charts - you can input foreign indices and view up to 2 years of history, which is useful at times - but the Clock Strikes Gold app is nice when you only have a minute to check on your portfolio.