The site now displays a list of your chosen stocks in the upper left so you can easily keep track of them.
You can now follow specific stocks to stay abreast of breaking news and the latest financial data.
The company says that with a new feature, users will be able to know their true bank balances at any time.
There's more to this service than sharing spending data with friends, thank goodness.
The free personal finance iPhone app features very little in the way of security, but comes with ease of access.
Want to get your personal finance activity delivered via e-mail? Rudder (formerly Spendview) has got you covered.
Six-month-old Mint, which helps people save money on their bills, gets some help of its own from high-flying venture capitalist Benchmark.
The early beta of Mint reveals a well-thought-out personal finance site that's missing important features.
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