SOURCE: Worden Brothers

October 20, 2009 09:27 ET

Worden Brothers to Unveil Streaming Canadian Data in FreeStockCharts.com at the Toronto MoneyShow

DURHAM, NC--(Marketwire - October 20, 2009) - Worden Brothers, a top supplier of stock software and data services to individual investors and traders for over 20 years, will be at the Toronto MoneyShow this week showing off its new intraday charts for the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange. The data will be delayed 15 minutes, but fully streaming at www.FreeStockCharts.com. This expands the website to cover free, streaming charts for real-time U.S. stocks, ETF's, indexes, Forex, and Canadian stocks.

"Our Canadian customers have been screaming for intraday TSX charts for months. Finally, we're glad to deliver them free of charge like the rest of the data in FreeStockCharts.com," said Chris Worden, co-founder of Worden Brothers, Inc. "I'll be at the show in Toronto along with some of our top developers and workshop instructors. We are looking forward to demonstrating the Canadian charts in person and getting people's reactions and feedback firsthand. This should be an exciting week."

www.FreeStockCharts.com uses Silverlight 3, Microsoft's competitor to Adobe Flash for rich web experiences. This allows the free streaming charts to work on both Windows and Mac computers.

Worden Brothers, Incorporated, founded in 1988 is a family owned stock software and data services company that also provides a multitude of educational data for individual investors. The founders author daily commentary on individual stocks and the equity markets through live chat and Worden Notes, both features of TeleChart 2007. Additionally, the company produces educational material through electronic media (live webinars and CD-ROM videos) teaching chart reading and indicator interpretation lessons.

The free real-time stock data is provided by the BATS exchange. The free real-time Forex data is provided by CMS Forex. The fundamental data is provided by Morningstar.

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