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Finance Toolbar Google Chrome Extension


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  • No worry, an accident can happen. You can reinstall the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension back from this download button.

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  • Sorry you have this bad experience. Default are all the Google Chrome extensions disable in this private mode. However, you can easily enable it by following the steps here below:
  • Thank you for trying out the Finance Toolbar Browser extension!

    You are free to use this Finance Toolbar Browser extension. And you can always install this unique and Open Source browser extension on anytime back on your Google Chrome web browser. I wish you a very nice day and you can close now this page.
  • When you install for the first time the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension, it shows you only 1x the 'Welcome'. And the Google Chrome extension saves this information in a new setting, that you saw already that one page.

    One of the reasons is that there is a Google Chrome extension installed on your Google Chrome web browser, that is not compatible with our Finance Toolbar Opera extension. And try to remove always your settings. You can solve this very easy on your Opera web browser by following the steps here below:
    • 1. Install the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension back by clicking on the button here below.

      Google Chrome web browser Download Now for Google Chrome™
    • 2. Open this page in your Google Chrome web browser:
      Chrome://extensions/
    • 3. And disable the Google Chrome extensions you are using one by one except Finance Toolbar
    note: The Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension settings are always synced with your personal Google account, so whenever you login in a new Google Chrome browser. You get your user settings in that new web browser. And it does not show the welcome page again.
  • That is pretty easy to do this from the Finance Toolbar Options page. Follow the steps here below to add for example the Google stock (=GOOGL).
    • 1. Install the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension back by clicking on the button here below.

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    • 2. Open the Options page by going to
      Chrome://extensions/ and search the extension "Finance Toolbar" in the list
    • 3. And click on the button Options, you will see that it opens a new page
    • 4. Now scroll down the web page until you see the topic Quotes, type it the textbox that stock you want to monitor (example GOOGL)
    • 5. Open a new page, and you see the Finance Toolbar loads the new stock
  • Please check that you have enable the toolbar in the popup window (default is this toolbar hidden). Here the steps to activate the Finance Toolbar in your web browser:
    • 1. Install the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension back by clicking on the button here below.

      Google Chrome web browser Download Now for Google Chrome™
    • 2. Click on the new "Finance Toolbar" icon in your toolbar
    • 3. If you see the button is "red", that means the toolbar is hidden. Click on this button, and it become green and visible
    • 4. And if you doesn't see it on that open tab, try to restart your web browser
    note: The Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension settings are always synced with your personal Google account, so whenever you login in a new Google Chrome browser. You get your user settings in that new web browser. And it does not show the welcome page again.
  • It supports only the stocks from IE Trading. If it the stock value is empty then it is not on the list yet (such as the stocks from Canada, UK or India). You can report it to IEX Trading support. [email protected] They are happy to add this stock to the list.
    • 1. Install the Finance Toolbar Google Chrome extension back by clicking on the button here below.

      Google Chrome web browser Download Now for Google Chrome™
    • 2. Click on the new "Finance Toolbar" icon in your toolbar
    • 3. If you see the button is "red", that means the toolbar is hidden. Click on this button, and it become green and visible
    • 4. And if you doesn't see it on that open tab, try to restart your web browser
  • What kind of issue do you get in your Google Chrome web browser?
    Don't hesitate to contact me. Use this support form to contact me, and I am happy to help you solve this problem, feedback or suggestion.