Tuesday, March 29, 2011

JStock 1.0.6 is ready

JStock 1.0.6 is ready with the following changes.

Feature: Supports stock merging and splitting.

Feature: Supports stock buy and sell units in floating point.

Feature: Investment flow chart able to show individual stock activity.

Feature: Able to restore previous position and size of JStock.

Feature: Easy way to add new stock which is not in offline database.

Feature: Able to choose between 1 or 2 columns stock input suggestion list.

Feature: We allow user to view history, even though offline database is not ready.

Bugfix: Portfolio page will be updated even though it is not being viewed.

Bugfix: Avoid empty record in dividend chart.

Bugfix: Change Italy stock index from S&P/MIB to FTSE MIB.

Bugfix: Able to delete multiple figures from indicator editor.

Bugfix: Remove splash screen for better simplicity user experience.

Please grab the latest copy of JStock from http://jstock.sourceforge.net/download.html

KLSE Stock History Outdated for Yahoo! Finance

The history stock data from KLSE is outdated for quite some time. Here is the reply from Yahoo! Customer Support.


Thank you for writing to Yahoo! Finance.

Before I go into addressing your concern, I'd like to first apologize
for the delay in my responding to your inquiry. We are committed to
answering your questions as quickly and accurately as possible. However,
we are currently receiving unusually high volumes which caused the
delayed response.

I appreciate that you took the time to report this missing 1295.KL
historical data. I know it can be frustrating to encounter information
that is not up-to-date. We strive to keep our information as timely as

The information you are asking about is being pulled into Yahoo! Finance
from a third-party provider. We want to resolve the issue as quickly as
possible; however, the turn-around time can vary depending on both the
problem and the provider. In addition, there may be some lag time in
between when the provider corrects the information in their system and
the updated information displays on Yahoo! Finance.

Again, I apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you again for contacting Yahoo! Finance.

Hopefully Yahoo! team is able to resolve this issue very soon.