Apple Watch Stocks App: How to Track Your Stocks

Apple Watch includes the Stocks app which enables users to keep up with the movements of your chosen stocks anywhere you go. You can quickly view the current price, low and high prices, the latest change, and other information. To choose the stocks that you will be able to see in the Stocks app on Apple Watch, you must work on the Stocks screen in the Apple Watch ap on iPhone.

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How to Track Your Stocks

  • Raise your wrist to wake Apple Watch.
  • On the watch face, click the Digital Crown.
  • On the Home screen, tap Stocks.
  • As soon as the Stocks app opens, tap the stock you want to view. At this moment, the stock’s screen will appear. It will show the stock’s price, the latest movement, the low and high prices.
  • Turn the Digital Crown clockwise to scroll down (you can also slide your finger up the screen). The stock chart will appear.
  • Tap 1D to see the one-day chart. Tap 1W to see one-week chart. Tap 6M to see the six-months chart.
  • Turn the Digital Crown clockwise to scroll down. You can also slide your finger up the screen. At this moment, further information will appear, including the opening price, the high and low prices, the trading volume.
  • Tap the stock name and the list of stocks will appear again.

How to Delete and Remove Stock App

If you want to get rid for ever from Stock App and not have to see it at all, you could try removing it from Glances:

  • On your iPhone go to the apple watch app.
  • Select Stocks.
  • Disable Show in glances.

The Stock App will be gone from Glances. With the iOS 10 you can delete and remove unwanted apps that came with the phone or watch.

You can delete the following pre-installed Apple apps from my iPhone and iPad: Calculator, Calendar, Compass, Contacts (iPhone only, contact information is retained in the Phone app), FaceTime, Find My Friends, Home, iBooks
iCloud Drive, iTunes Store, Mail, Maps, Music (if removed, you won’t be able to use it with CarPlay), News, Notes, Podcasts, Reminders, Stocks, Tips, Videos, Voice Memos, Watch app (you’ll have to unpair your Apple Watch before deleting it), Weather.

Removing a pre-installed Apple app is as easy as removing any other app on your home screen. Just follow the next steps:

  • Open a folder or locate an Apple app you want to delete.
  • Now push down lightly on the app icon until it starts to dance.
  • Tap the small x icon that appears on the top left.
  • Tap Remove.

Some Investment Apps

Personal Capital: An investment management web platform that includes all of your financial accounts, including bank accounts, credit cards, your mortgage, and your investments. You can track your investments. The app is free. Personal Capital is available for Apple Watch. The app enables you to track your spending and manage your budget with a quick glance at your  watch.

E*Trade: The E*Trade Apple Watch App gives you visual snapshots of the Dow, NASDAQ and S&P, including volume and performance. It offers a summary of your accounts, portfolios and watch lists, including daily gains and losses. The E*Trade App enables investors to customize alerts related to the markets, their account or positions. For example, an alert can be set up when a stock hits price target. Handoff functionality enables transition from watch to phone for more in-depth research and additional information.

Fidelity: Fidelity App provides real-time quotes, real-time market data for both domestic and international markets, tracking of the most active equities as well as Fidelity alerts. The app allows you to trade from anywhere. That includes stocks, options, mutual funds, and ETFs. The app is built with some of the most advanced encryption available in the industry, so you can safely trade from just about anywhere.

Charles Schwab: This app allows you to manage your money, make trades, research investments, and follow the days market news. You can trade stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds, and receive real-time trade notifications for your trade executions. You can follow your account balances for any accounts that you hold with Charles Schwab, as well as view unrealized gains and losses, cost basis and the holding periods for your positions. You can place, modify, or cancel one, two, three, or four legged options strategies.

Robinhood: A stock brokerage firm that allows customers to buy and sell U.S. listed stocks and ETFs with zero commission. The Robinhood for Apple Watch app allows the user to trade stocks for free, just as you can on the Robinwood site. It also allows the user to stay on top of market data, view your portfolio, and see a timer counting down the market close.

Openfolio: Something akin to Wall Street meets social media. It’s a platform where investors can come to discuss investment strategies, as well as display their portfolios to others in their networks. The dollar amounts in each portfolio do not appear, but instead are displayed with percentages held in each asset class. It also displays what you’re buying and selling, but again without dollar amounts. This will give you an opportunity to see how others in your network are investing. The Openfolio Apple Watch App is free, and it brings your account activity to your Apple Watch. You can view your investment performance in real time, compare yourself to the markets and your peers, and check on your stock portfolio without ever pulling out your phone.


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