Pocket ETFdb Featured As One Of 7 Best Free Investing Apps For 2011

by on July 11, 2011 | Updated July 22, 2011

The Pocket ETF Database app, now available for iOS and Android devices, has been featured as one of the 7 Best Free Investing Apps For 2011 by Kiplinger, a widely-followed and highly-respected Web and print financial publication. The ETFdb App was featured alongside apps from Bloomberg, Yahoo! Finance, Morningstar, Fidelity, and Charles Schwab. All apps featured on the Kiplinger list are completely free. 

“We are excited to be recognized by Kiplinger as one of the Best Free Investing Apps for 2011,” said Jimmy Atkinson, Director of Mobile Strategy and Implementation at ETF Database. “We designed the free ETFdb app as a tool for on-the-go investors to quickly and easily filter through the rapidly-growing universe of ETFs, and inclusion in this list is validation that we’ve created a tool that is comprehensive, easy-to-use, and, most importantly, free.”

The ETFdb App includes a database of nearly 1,300 U.S.-listed exchange-traded products, and allows investors to filter the universe through six different screens. In addition to segmenting by issuer and ETFdb Category, investors have the ability to search by sector, region, bond type, and commodity type. The Pocket ETFdb App makes it easy to quickly identify a list of ETFs matching a particular objective, whether it be those that invest in Chinese stocks, junk bonds, or copper.

Pocket ETFdb also includes a feed of all original content published on ETFdb.com, including educational content, analysis of exchange-traded funds, and updates on new product launches.

Pocket ETFdb is available for free download from the App Store or Android Market.