Money.Net is a platform that allows you to monitor the market and analyze investments in real-time. For a flat $95 per month (after a free, no commitment, 14 day trial by just entering your email), you get professional level market information and tools. This includes real-time US equity prices, options, international equities, foreign exchange, bond and commodity futures. Money.Net also includes a professional technical charting system, the fastest live breaking market news, an Excel API to update your spreadsheets with live feeds and updatable historical data, graphical market analytics, and much more, all in one place.
The Money.Net platform is simple to use and is designed to be able to be run from anywhere. It can be quickly installed as a standalone application, or run from any browser as a cloud-based application.
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Money.Net is a privately held company headquartered in New York City. In addition to our core product, Money.Net has built many custom market information tools for NASDAQ, CBOE, TheStreet.com, Capital IQ, OptionsXpress, ThinkOrSwim, TD Ameritrade, E*Trade, InvestTools, and Investor's Business Daily, among others.
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Harold Louis Van Arnem IV founded Money.Net. HL is the President/COO and guides tactical development of new technology as well as long-term strategy. Prior to founding Money.Net, HL was an early employee in DoubleClick’s groundbreaking DART ad management division which later became the industry standard as part of Google AdWords.
Janet Christofano is the CFO of Money.Net. Prior to Money.Net, Janet was an investment banker at Kidder, Peabody & Co., which was later sold to Paine Webber and UBS, where she specialized in capital raising, restructurings, as well as mergers and acquisitions for financial institutions.
Ryan Smith is Money.Net's CTO. Prior to Money.Net, Ryan headed global IT operations for Possible, a design and marketing agency. Ryan is responsible for short-term technology execution and long-term engineering strategy.
Morgan Downey is the CEO of Money.Net. Prior to Money.Net, Morgan was Global Head of commodities at Bloomberg, LP. Morgan managed development of the Bloomberg Professional terminal. At Bloomberg, Morgan used his market experience to build a suite of revolutionary, unique, and innovative products. Before Bloomberg, Morgan spent 15 years running trading desks, as manager and head trader, for banks including Citibank, Bank of America and Standard Chartered, in the US, UK, Australia, and Singapore. Morgan is the author of the book 'Oil 101', a best-seller explaining the oil industry. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org