What is Google Finance? – FT
A new Google Finance product launched by Google is giving investors a better way to get a better view of their finances.
The company said on Tuesday that the new Google Money tool, which lets investors view and compare their current accounts, stocks and bonds, is available in a number of markets, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The new Google money tool, launched by the search giant on Tuesday, lets investors see their current assets, balance sheets and cash flow on a dashboard, and compare them with the balances of other investors.
It shows the cash on hand and current liabilities of each individual account.
“The Google Money dashboard allows investors to see their finances, balance sheet, investments and assets at a glance,” Google Finance chief executive Brad Stone said.
Google’s new product was launched in the US on Tuesday and is available to users in the UK, Germany and Australia, along with the US, Ireland, Japan and the Netherlands.
The new product is free for Google Finance users who are not in the Google Apps suite of apps.
“The new tool will provide more than a quick snapshot of your assets and liabilities,” Google said in a statement.
“It will also give you the ability to compare your current account balances with your peers.
Google Money is a great tool for investors who want to get an understanding of their financials and how they’re performing.”
It was not clear what the exact purpose of Google Money was.
The product is aimed at people who have a limited amount of cash on their hands and are looking to compare their accounts with other investors, or to investors who do not have enough cash.
“For many people, having a wealth of assets is a top priority,” Stone said, adding that “most people don’t have enough money in their bank accounts”.
“Many people with a high debt-to-income ratio do not even have the money to pay off their debt, let alone save for a retirement.
Google is making it easier for those with low credit scores to have access to a wealth management tool that can help them save money, improve their credit score and help them achieve their goals.”