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New Findata Website Makes Investing Easier


16 May 2008

New Findata Website Makes Investing Easier

Investing in the sharemarket has just got easier with the launch of the new website.

While the original site has been providing quality information for almost a decade, the site has had a total makeover providing an even better site for investors.

Development Manager Todd Somervell says the new site is "faster, smarter, better, easier for investors to gain an insight into what is happening in the financial markets globally”. Intelligent functionality that links related information together automatically enables investors to view the whole picture very quickly. is indisputably the best site for investors at any level, providing quality information at a time when the world's markets are going through a period of great uncertainty.

"New Zealanders are growing in sophistication and can look beyond property as a means of putting their money to work. Investors increasingly turn to the internet to find reliable information sources, which offer them professional level assistance. The sharemarket is such that there are always companies that are to prosper in any environment and with the assistance of investors are easily able to find these opportunities." users have free access to a wide range of information and powerful tools. They are able to customise the site with the shares they are following and engage with other users about the market. Users can manage their portfolios to keep accurate track of the value of their investments. recently gained the backing of Cynotech Limited, an Auckland based investment bank, which has given it the resources to continue to develop the website. has over 70,000 registered users and receives over 150,000 visits per month viewing over 1.8 million pages.

" has an exciting time ahead, empowering the New Zealand investor with powerful new financial information and tools," says Todd.


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