New RSS Feed from Townsend Analytics Delivers Up-to-the-Minute News and Developments
Now there’s an easy way to keep up with the latest developments from Townsend Analytics and RealTick®. Our new RSS Feed lets you view announcements, pricing updates, special promotions, press releases and more using any RSS Reader.
How RSS Works
RSS Technology, commonly referred to as “Rich Site Summary” or “Really Simple Syndication,” allows you to consolidate all your favorite online news and web sources such as trading and investment sites, newspaper, trade, magazine, and corporate sites, as well as blogs, wikis and podcasts, into a single aggregated reader. This is done simply by subscribing to each site’s RSS Feed.
Your news reader then periodically checks each RSS channel that you are subscribed to, updates all recently published news and items, and displays the results--usually in a headline and one-line summary. When a headline interests you, just click and go directly to the source.
Benefits of RSS Feeds
By subscribing to RSS Feeds, you can quickly check the content of dozens of sites in seconds, rather than the minutes or hours it would take you to visit each individual website and try to locate the most important information. You save time, minimize information overload, and learn of critical news and developments as they happen.
Because RSS Feeds deliver the information you want directly to your desktop--not through your email service or ISP--they are spam-proof. RSS is anonymous and secure; no email address or personal details need to be provided to subscribe.
In short, the news comes to you, rather than you having to go to the news. RSS Feeds put you in control of the information you want to receive.
How to subscribe to TAL RSS
If you have an RSS Reader, you can either drag-and-drop the XML Icon found on the RealTick homepage (and at the bottom of this page) into your RSS Reader, or you can right-click on the XML Icon and choose "copy shortcut". You can then paste this into the appropriate field within your reader where it requests a URL.
For your convenience, we’ve included a My Yahoo icon on the homepage and at the bottom of this page. Once you are signed into My Yahoo, please click on the My Yahoo icon. All content will then be added to the bottom of your My Yahoo page, which can be subsequently rearranged. This will update automatically every time you login.