Develop an ios Virtual Stock Market and Forex App
- Status Closed
- Budget $250 - $750 USD
- Total Bids 16
I would like a virtual stock market and forex exchange app to be developed.
Must be simple and not complicated.
Free or paid in the apple store. with mob ads for the free version.
User logins with fb or twitter and start off with say 10,000 in any user selected currency, and place unlimited trades any time of the day. ability to post trades to their fb or twitter.
User sets up portfolio
Ability to swipe change from stock market or forex to place trades.
This needs to have a beautiful UI design, live stock and currency quotes for easy trading.
The admin panel would be for the feeds data, if necessary.
Create and manage user portfolio
Create trader groups to compete with your friends
Watch your performance against other traders
Place real-time orders and track your positions of stocks, mutual funds, FTSE, ETFs, and currencies trading on the NYSE, AMEX, NASDAQ, FOREX, and other OTC exchanges
View real-time quote data with automatic refresh.
Link your profile to Facebook and post news feeds to your wall
Tweet about stocks
Social Networking with other traders via Twitter
Analyse your positions with purchase history, average pricing, cost basis, gain/loss, dividends and corporate actions
View distribution and historical performance of your holdings
Intraday updates on market gainers, losers, active and high yielding stocks
Compare world markets and currencies
Needs to be robust without the requirement of continual updates. The feed data must always be online and current. Feature set is general ideas, which can be simplified, but requires the social aspect of fb and twitter.
Must be unique code and not some reskin idea.
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