05-11-2009, 12:52 PM
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It depends on how detailed you want to get, and how much you want to pay. On the simpler side, I use Market Simplified and iStockManager for TD Ameritrade, and e*trade mobile pro, as well as bloomberg....but for the most part, those give you only a portion of the info you need if you are a broker, trader, or securities industry pro.
For me, the power app is Jupiter Wireless from Alphatrade. It gives me real time level II quotes for all exchanges, real time portfolio managment, real time news, etc. Only problem is, it is expensive....$72/month for both BB and Desktop access. But, it does give me all the information I need when i need it.
The important thing to keep in mind is that ALL these apps are limited by the capabilities of the BB and its tiny screen. But, a combination of the above listed apps can give you most of what you should need.
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