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Watchlist tip #7: Sorting news Add to ...

It's easy to find all the news for the stocks, funds and other items that you're tracking in your Watchlists.

Under the Change View menu, there is a News page. Click on it and it will present a chronological stream of news on all the securities and other items in your Watchlist, including Globe and Mail articles, pieces from Reuters, the Canadian Press, the Associated Press and others, and press releases from companies.



If you want to look for Globe and Mail articles only, check off the box at the top of the news stack. Similarly, you can also check off press releases, if that's what you're interested in.

At the bottom of the news stack, there is feature that allows you to display as many news items as you want. Choose 10, 20, 30, 50 or 100, depending on whether you prefer scrolling or clicking to find more news (if you're using an Explorer browser, then the limit is 30 items per page currently, but this will be expanded to 100 shortly).

Have more questions about Watchlist or a good suggestion for how to improve it? Leave a comment here or email us at globeinvestor@globeandmail.com.

Scott Adams Executive Editor Report on Business

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