Splunk for Stocks Monitoring

This Splunk for Stocks Monitoring App is an example of how you can use Splunk and IT search to monitor and analyize the stocks market. This app integrates a comprehensive list (6000+) of stocks' historical prices from NASDAQ and DOW JONES as well as latest RSS news from various sources. Here you'll find a collection of useful out of the box inputs, searches, dashboards and reports for the stocks of your interest.

Release Notes

General Features

  • Market Movers

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq

  • Moving Average (MA) Analysis

Moving Average (MA) is an indicator frequently used in technical analysis showing the average value of a security's price over a set period. Moving averages are generally used to measure momentum and define areas of possible support and resistance.

  • K-line (K) Analysis

K-line (K) Analysis is basically Candlestick charts that are a visual aid for decision making in stock, forex, commodity, and options trading.

  • Stock RSS News

Check out the RSS news of your stock, and try to relate the frequency of these news to the unusably moves of your stock.

App Information

  • Platform: Windows, Linux, Unix

Installation

This App can be installed using Splunk's usual means of installation. Upon successful download, this App will begin fetching data from various of sources such as Yahoo in order to sync itself with the most recent stock prices, and this fetching of data can last for many minutes depending on your internet speed. First time synchronization of data can take minimum of 200MB hard disk space, and all of these data are from year 2005 up to today.

Disclaimer

This App is not a financial adviser or broker and does not offer financial advice based on your personal financial situation or goals and shall not be held liable for any investment or trading losses you may incur by using the information provided. Stock Trading involves high risks and you can lose your entire investments.

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