Have a hidden income is usually very good, especially when you can easily coordinate amateur and full-time jobs. If your daily work using a networked computer, stock trading is a very popular option to get extra income.
But now only a few stock monitoring software can run on linux, most of which is still based graphical interface. If you are a Linux expert, and a lot of work time in the absence of a graphical interface computer? You is not no solution? No, there are some command line stock tracking tools, including Mop, which is herein to chat tools.
Mop, described above, is a command-line stocks continuously display and update stock information and tool independent. Use GO language, it is the brainchild of Michael Dvorkin.
Download and install
Because this project uses GO achieve, so you have to do is to install the first step in this programming language on your computer, the following is in Debian-based systems, such as the GO step of the installation on Ubuntu:
sudoapt-get install golang
mkdir ~ / workspace
echo'export GOPATH = "$ HOME / workspace" '>> ~ / .bashrc
source ~ / .bashrc
The next step is installed after the installation of the GO Mop tools and configuration environment, you need to do is run the following command:
sudoapt-get install git
go get github.com/michaeldv/mop
cd $ GOPATH / src / github.com / michaeldv / mop
export PATH = "$ PATH: $ GOPATH / bin"
After you finish you can run the following command Mop:
When you first run Mop, you will see output similar to the following information:
As you can see, these output - periodically auto-refreshing - contains several major stock exchanges and information.
Add Remove stock
Mop allows you to easily output from the list of add / remove stocks information. To add, all you have to do is press the "+" and enter the name of the stock. For example, the following figure is to add Facebook (FB) to the list.
I press the "+" key, it appears that contains the text "Add tickers:" The one, I suggest to add the name of the stock - I added the FB and then press Enter. Output list is updated, and the new stock I added also appears in the list:
Similarly, you can use the "-" key to delete the name of a stock and stock offer.
Grouped according to price
There is also a way to share groups: based on their share prices rise and fall, all you have to do is press the "g" key. Next, the stock will be grouped: l together with a green font, and the stock will decline in black font.
Mop also allows you to change depending on the collation of column types. This usage requires you to press the "o" (default value of this command to sort the first column), and then use the left and right keys to select the column you want to sort. Press Enter after the completion of the content of reordering.
For example, the screenshot below is based on the first column of the output, according to the alphabet after sorting results.
Note: For a better understanding, and in front of screenshots compare.
Other available options include "p": Pause and stock market updates, "q" or "esc" to exit the command-line program that displays the help page "?."
Mop is a stock-based monitoring tool that does not offer too many features, only the features it claims. Obviously, this is not a tool for professional stock trader provides, just as you are only on the command line of the machine provides a decent selection of tracking stock information.