StockLight Web is here

January 4th, 2020 - submitted by the StockLight team

We are pleased to share that the new StockLight website is finally here and you can use it for free at:

One thing that is really useful about this new tool is being able to visually research industry weightings by country and stock weightings by industry sector. You can then drill down to see what are the most popular stocks in any given part of the market. Check it out at:

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You can also research all your favourite Aussie and American companies in detail, find them using the search bar at the top of the screen.

This puts the power of Wall Street right at your fingertips to empower you to do your own research. For example, would you have guessed that NVIDIA (maker of graphics cards) is one of the most popular tech stocks in the USA?

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NBL Fantasy Cheat Sheet 2018/19

November 15th, 2018 - submitted by Jason Kotchoff

Some might say that investing in the stockmarket is gambling.

A successful investor could counter that one of the core tenets of investing is being able to identify the difference between price and value. A capability to do so bases investment decisions on fundamental numbers and helps to mitigate pricing risk. In many ways, this skillset is comparable to sporting fantasy leagues where players attempt to juggle teams of athletes based on market pricing and statistical performance.

Being able to gauge the difference between price and value is dependent on having access to the right information at the right time. StockLight is a tool that provides that information for stocks to give you an edge on the market.

Just for fun, here is a widget for the Australian National Basketball League that will also give you an edge, in this case for the very awesome NBL fantasy game. Use it wisely! 



Share your favourite companies

May 14th, 2018 - submitted by the StockLight team

StockLight now lets you share your favourite stocks, articles and videos with your colleagues, friends and family.

If you find a company of interest in the app, just swipe down and tap on the 'Share with a friend' panel.

App Link - TSLA

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Indices now available

September 8th, 2017 - submitted by StockLight team

Major global market indices are now available in StockLight using the ticker codes below:

^AORD: All Ordinaries (ASX)

^AXJO: S&P ASX 200 (XJO)

^ATX: Austrian Traded Index

^BATSK: BATS 1000 Index


^BTC.AU: Bitcoin > AUD

^BTC.US: Bitcoin > USD

^BTC.CA: Bitcoin > CAD

^BTC.GB: Bitcoin > GBP

^BTC.NZ: Bitcoin > NZD

^DJI: Dow Jones Industrial Average

^DJA: Dow Jones Composite Average

^BVSP: Bovespa



^FVX: Treasury Yield 5 Years


^GSPC: 500 Index

^GSPTSE: S&P TSX Composite

^HSI: Hang Seng Index

^IRX: 13 Week Treasury Bill


^IXF: NASDAQ Financial

^IXFN: NASDAQ Other Finance

^IXIC: NASDAQ Composite

^IXID: NASDAQ Industrial

^IXIS: NASDAQ Insurance

^IXK: NASDAQ Computer

^IXTR: NASDAQ Transportation

^IXUT: NASDAQ Telecommunications

^JKSE: Jakarta Composite Index

^KLSE: KLSE Composite

^KS11: KOSPI Composite Index

^MERV: MerVal

^MID: S&P MidCap 400 Index

^MXX: IPC - Índice de Precios y Cotizaciones

^N225: Nikkei 225

^NBI: NASDAQ Biotechnology


^NIN: NYSE International 100 Index


^NUS: NYSE US 100 Index

^NWL: NYSE World Leaders Index

^NWX: NYSE Arca Networking Index

^NYA: NYSE Composite

^NZ50: NZX 50 Index

^OEX: S&P 100 Index

^OMXSPI: OMX Stockholm General PI

^OSEAX: Oslo Stock Exchange All Shares

^PSE: NYSE Arca Tech 100 Index

^RUA: Russell 3000 Index

^RUI: Russell 1000 Index

^RUT: Russell 2000 Index

^SML: S&P 600

^SOX: PHLX Semiconductor

^SPSUPX: S&P 1500

^SSMI: Swiss Market

^STI: Straits Times Index

^TA100: TA-100 Index

^TNX: CBOE Interest Rate 10 Year T Note

^TRJCRB: TR/CC CRB Excess Return Index

^TWII: Taiwan Weighted

^TYX: Treasury Yield 30 Years

^W5000: Wilshire 5000

^XAU: PHLX Gold/Silver Sector

^XAX: NYSE AMEX Composite

^XMI: NYSE Arca Major Market Index


Profit and loss in your portfolio

June 27th, 2017 - submitted by StockLight team

StockLight now shows a fully personalised profit and loss analysis of your portfolio. We also added support for multiple watchlists.

Based on user feedback, we introduced an easy way to enter the purchase price and date of your holdings so that StockLight can calculate an estimated return on your investments.

Your holdings screen will also show dividends that were issued and an annualised return based on the holding periods entered for your stocks.

The opportunity cost associated with your holding period is a very important concept when investing and that is why you need to know how your investments are doing on an annualised basis.

Unlike your broker who is typically incentivised to make you trade more often and has no reason to show you an annualised return, StockLight acts in your best interest and won't hide this crucial benchmark from you.

Click here to learn more about your annualised return and why it is important.

For those of us tracking lots of companies, we also made it easy to create multiple watchlists. Just tap 'Edit' next to your list of stocks on the home screen to manage extra watchlists and adjust your holdings.