How do you keep track of stock in sheets?
Google Sheets has a nifty little function called GOOGLEFINANCE, which allows you to monitor a stock's status and historic movements in real-time. All you need for that is a stock's so called ticker symbol, a combination of letters and numbers that represent a particular stock.
How do I create a stock tracker in Excel?
How do I make a stock spreadsheet in Google Sheets?
While Google doesn't supply a standalone stocks app in Android, it does provide a way to track stocks in Google Now (or, if you prefer, the Google app). To monitor a particular stock, tap the menu button in the top left corner, then select Customize, and finally, Stocks.
Sites like CNBC, Morningstar, The Wall Street Journal, and Investopedia are all great resources available for researching dividend data. For example, on Investopedia's Markets Today page, you can use the stock search tool to enter the company name or ticker symbol that you're researching.
View dividends. A section with all equity dividends received during a selected period is also available when you download the Tax P&L statement. With dividend information, you can track your net P&L and even reconcile it with your bank account to check if you have received the dividend.
Here are a few of the best free real-time stock charting platforms to check out.