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Design and development of Equity Trading Portfolio manager
04-30-2014, 12:28 PM (This post was last modified: 04-30-2014 02:32 PM by Pandramish Sai Krishna.)
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Design and development of Equity Trading Portfolio manager
Equity Trading Portfolio (ETP) manager is assistant software for traders who normally do the trading though some stock brokers. These traders mostly track the share prices using News channels or news papers and place the order for stock buy or sell to stock broker. Stock broker actually does the buy or sell action on behalf of such traders. ETP manager keeps the track of share prices offline (if time permits this can be made online) and provides charts and analysis of the particular companies’ share with available data. At End of Day, the broker will update the closing stock rates to database. Similarly at Day’s open the broker will update the opening stock rates (if time permits this can be made online). It also keeps the records of buy and sell done by the trader. This system facilitates the traders to see the DMAT allocations of trader with current price. Equity Trading Portfolio (ETP) manager is a true assistant to those traders who do not have electronic trading facility and do trading through brokers.
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sir i need total project of this with source code in java,jsp,servlets within 3-5 days
 


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