Free online stockmarket eBook from Timbukone

Timbukone, a major provider of software and database solutions to the investor community, has launched its own online resource guide aimed at providing investors with useful tools and data.

April 22, 2014

Timbukone, a major provider of software and database solutions to the investor community, has launched its own online resource guide aimed at providing investors with useful tools and data. Titled the “The Stock Market eBook’ http://www.stockmarketebook.com – it aims to help readers learn more about public companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, as well as provide additional essential information relevant to a South African investor.

Alex D’Aloisio from Timbukone says the resource tool was developed by the company based on its thirty-year pedigree in the professional investment market: “This free resource tool is ideal for company analysis, research and market information. It is also available to any investment company wanting to rebrand the ebook or distribute Timbukone’s products.”

TimBukOne is represented in North America, Europe and Africa with numerous blue chip companies as clients as well as over 5000 non-professional/private users. The Stock Market eBook provides useful information in a hassle-free format covering listed companies; JSE indices; unit trusts; international indices and major exchange rates.

The company information drills down into an impressive range of detail including price charts, SENS in PDF format, Directors’ Dealings and Directors’ Biographies, financial analysis as well as a full organisational chart showing the structure of the companies. “We looked at all the currently available websites that contain company and market information, and felt that we could provide improvements on them, and believe we have achieved that with the eBook,” explains D’Aloisio.

The indices cover all local and international share exchanges as well as specific vertical segments and the unit trust information is also provided across various timeframes spanning one month to a full year.