How to add stock quotes and information to your Numbers sheet

Stock Quotes in Numbers on Mac

If you want an easy way to keep track of your investments on Mac, consider using Numbers. With a handy built-in feature, you can add and update stock information in your spreadsheet.

As long as you’re connected to the internet, you can insert various performance details like price, high, low, open, previous close, and more. Here, we’ll show you how to use stock quotes in your Numbers sheets on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.

StonksBar displays the price of your favorite stock in the Status Bar

Whether you invest in stocks or you simply have a fascination with monitoring stock value trends over time, a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed StonksBar by iOS developer CokePokes might be of interest to you.

StonksBar ensures that your favorite stock’s value is always in view by implementing a Status Bar-centric display that appears just beneath the time on notched handsets including the iPhone X and later.

Apple reports Q2 2019 revenue of $58 billion

Apple on Tuesday disclosed its [fiscal] Q2 2019 earnings report, offering a look at its performance over the past 3 months. During the quarter, the company says it raked in $58 billion. That's a hair over the $57.5 billion Wall Street analysts expected, and about 5% less than the $61.1 billion it reported in Q2 last year.

How to use Apple’s Stocks app on Mac

In macOS Mojave, Apple brought four iOS apps to Mac for the first time, including News, Home, Voice Memos, and Stocks. The last of these allows you to check the financial markets and also learn more about your favorite companies. Here's a look at how you use the new Stocks up in macOS Mojave.

Interesting points from Apple’s Q2 earnings call

Apple earlier today announced the financial results for its fiscal second quarter of 2018, and the numbers for the 3-month period are outstanding. The company beat Wall Street expectations across the board, and grew in almost every category year-over-year.

Following the release of its earnings report, CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri hopped on a conference call to talk about Apple's performance. And as usual, we've put together a roundup of some of the more interesting points and highlights from the call.