On the mutul fund list I used to be able to see up to about 10 years of year by year returns. Now there are only three. This is much less useful. This seems to be a question of space. You separate quartile rakings view from the year by year return to allow for more years.
Sonali Verma - Thank you for your suggestions, Josef. That is something we'll need to consider.
[Comment From Steve]
First off -- Watchlist is great! Thanks for the continued development of this product. I really like the GlobeInvestor iPhone app and am wondering if you plan an adding the My Shares view to the app? It's so much quicker to get an overview of how I am doing today to use My Shares rather than to log in to my brokerage account.
Sonali Verma - Sounds like a great idea! Jonathan tells me that you can expect to see it in the new year.
[Comment From Josef]
[Comment From Ed]
On screen that says add symbol, i can type then in, but do not have ADD like it shows on video.
Sonali Verma - Ed, could it be that your text size is set to Largest, so that part of your Watchlist is being cut off?
If you go to your Internet browser, choose the View option.
There should be an option for Text Size under that. If you choose a smaller text size, it may solve the problem.
[Comment From Phil]
watchlist is working well on my desktop. On my Blackberry I can see only the first 10 stocks. I click the "Show remaining" button but the first 10 are re-displayed and I cannot see the others.
Sonali Verma - Sounds like a glitch that we ought to fix, and fast. Could you please email: firstname.lastname@example.org -- that is the best way to get help.
[Comment From Asad]
Is it possible to also plot, as a graph, the performance of all shares i.e., total portfolio, against time. You have the numeric figure for the day given near the top; what I am asking for is the performance of all shares over time in a graphic form. Thank you.
Sonali Verma - That is a good idea. I am not sure it is in the cards at the moment, but thank you for your suggestion.
Sonali Verma -
It looks like it's time to wrap this discussion up. Thank you very much for having joined us.
If you have any further questions on your Watchlist, please contact email@example.com -- it is the best way to get help.