Analyzing Performance of Stocks using Excel [Example]
Last week, we learned how to visualize Suicides vs. Murders data using Interactive charts in Excel.
William, one of our readers, took this technique and applied it to Stocks. He emailed me because he has some formula issues with the stock data. Once I solved the problem, I asked him, “Can I share this with our readers?” and he is too happy to agree. So here we go.
Interactive Analysis of Stocks using Excel
(Data as of 20SEP2011, 4PM EDT, from Yahoo Finance)
How does this Work?
Learn more about this technique is from KPI Dashboard Sorting article.
Download Stock Performance Analysis Workbook
Click here to download the workbook & play with it. Just change the data & formulas in “Share Data” worksheet to modify this.
Do you Like This?
I really liked how William put this together. It is simple and yet, quite powerful.
What about you? Do you like this technique? Are you planning to use it anywhere? Please share your ideas using comments.
More on Stock Market Analysis using Excel
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- Fetch Stock Quotes using Excel & VBA
- Fetch Stock Quotes using Excel with a few clicks
- Building a Simple Portfolio Tracker using Google Docs
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