eIBD for iPad
By Investor’s Business Daily, Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Introducing the new and improved eIBD for iPad. Now you can experience the award-winning interactive edition of Investor's Business Daily: eIBD for iPad in a specially designed format for iPad. eIBD gives you all of the exclusive market analysis, stock lists and proprietary stock ratings you find in Investor's Business Daily's print edition. Plus, you get cool interactive tools to streamline your search for winning stocks.
This new version offers several upgrades:
Higher resolution and faster rendering.
Progressive download gives you speedier access.
Expanded scrolling tab navigation to more easily locate features.
Enhanced smart zoom expanded to data features.
Share articles via email, Facebook or Twitter.
Copy and paste in article view.
Search now includes articles and data features.
With eIBD you'll get:
Market Analysis – The Big Picture column helps you know when to be invested in stocks and when to be safely in cash.
Proprietary Stocks Lists – IBD 50, Big Cap 20 and other exclusive lists show you stocks displaying superior fundamentals and technicals.
IBD's Exclusive Ratings – Ranks stocks on easy to use scales of 1-99 and A-E.
Cool Interactive Features:
Stock Hover – Tap on any ticker symbol and get a brief description of the company, mini-stock chart, IBD Composite Rating and more! A great way to get a quick read on the strength of a stock!
Ticker Search – Want to see if your stock is mentioned anywhere in eIBD? Just enter a ticker in the search and get all mentions of your stock.
Easy Navigation to find what you're looking for fast!
What's New in Version 2.8.0
Support for iOS10, corrected problem with back issues.
Did I get charged?
I downloaded the app thinking I would need to sign in. There was no place to sign in, yet it downloaded current issues. I am a current subscriber, but do not want to get charged twice (apple account). Please confirm.
Ok, but text isn't as clear as PDF
Works well but text isn't as clear as if you download the PDF from investors.com