NewsMiner Scan the News

NewsMiner Scan the NewsClick Image To Visit SiteNewsMiner scans the Internet for financial news, then ranks in popularity showing you the markets that are being most talked about.

With a simple click of the mouse, NewsMiner scans the Internet to find "What’s HOT" in financial market news!

"The current fundamental news of the market is key to identifying hot moving markets, and the beginnings of long-term trends. With NewsMiner you’ll have the ability to quickly identify the major market movers. I needed to know this information myself, which is why I designed this product." — Lan Turner, NewsMiner’s Creator

Whether you’re a Stocks, Futures, or Forex Trader, NewsMiner quickly identifies what markets are being talked about and what the news on those markets is, providing you with quick insight to help make your pivotal investing decisions with your trading.

Create a custom portfolio of all the markets you watch. Each chart will bring in the current market news, and allows you to look at individual price bars and what news announcements were on those days.

View your portfolio or the market in a heatmap. The heat map visually identifies if a market is currently up, down or sideways for the day. This can help you identify if that days news has affected the markets value.

*Gov’t Req’d Disclaimer: NewsMiner is not a trading platform but a news market research tool. Trading financial instruments, such as Stocks, Futures, Forex and Options, carries a high level of risk and is not suitable for all investors. Only risk capital should be used for speculative trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading or hedging. The possibility exists that you could sustain losses exceeding your initial investment. You should be aware of all the risks associated with trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you… Read more…

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