11:33 Sonali Verma - Thanks for raising the issue.
11:35 Sonali Verma - We'll have to look into it. In the meantime, if you want a quicker resolution, email email@example.com and they will help move the process forward faster by making it a priority.
11:35 [Comment From Guest]
The old stocklist shows daily highs and lows for stocks in my list as well as the daily volume. I don't see the daily highs and lows on Watchlist. Am I missing something or is that info not available.
11:35 Sonali Verma - You can set a one-day range as a column in the Build Your Own view.
You can also see the one-day range in the Overview view.
11:36 [Comment From Joe]
Is there a way of getting a full screen when you have customized your list instead of using the scroll bar as many people have larger screens we could detach the screen and make it a full screen.
11:36 Sonali Verma - Thanks for the suggestion, Joe. That's something we'll have to consider for the future -- glad to get your views on it.
11:36 [Comment From Ted]
I seem to have lost the delete button that used to be on the far right side of the Watchlist page. How do I get it back. Can you please help me?
11:37 Sonali Verma - Thanks, Ted. Which view are you using?
11:38 Sonali Verma - Perhaps you have zoomed in too far using the browser's zoom function. Try zooming out -- that should solve the problem.
11:38 [Comment From Jo]
how many stocks can I have on my watchlist?
11:38 Sonali Verma - It depends on your browser -- 50 to 100.
11:40 [Comment From Jo]
I really love that I can see ex-div and payout dates on all my stocks, so I know when to buy and when I'll get paid.
11:40 Sonali Verma - Yes, many of our readers are die-hard dividend investors and share your joy.
11:40 [Comment From Guest]
can you create a column with the highs and lows of the day?
11:42 Sonali Verma - Yes, it's called the 1D Range, as in one-day range.
You can see it in the Overview view and the Build Your Own view.
You simply need to click on the drop-down menu and pick 1D Range ( the other options are 5D and 52-Week).
11:42 [Comment From Jo]
Thanks for a great investing tool for us 'die-hards'.
11:42 [Comment From Ted]
That does it Sonali - thank you.
11:42 Sonali Verma - Always a pleasure.
11:43 [Comment From Guest]
Series clarification on stocks. often confusing on which one to pick
11:43 Sonali Verma - Could you please elaborate?
11:45 [Comment From Joe]
Where do you find the ex div payout dates
11:47 Sonali Verma - Go to the Dividends view. You'll find the Div Ex Date as well as the Div Pay Date. (If you let your mouse hover over either column, it shows you a detailed explanation of both.)
11:47 [Comment From Jo]
click on dividends in 'view'
11:48 [Comment From Guest]
Firefox>>Options>>Content>>JavaScrip allowed is already ticked.
11:48 Sonali Verma - We'll have to look into it. In the meantime, if you want a quicker resolution, firstname.lastname@example.org and they will help move the process forward faster by making it a priority.
11:51 [Comment From Guest]
why do some show they pay a div when they dont anymore. like ylo and there is others
11:53 Sonali Verma - Thanks for pointing that out.
We'd be grateful if you could send a list of any discrepancies in our data to email@example.com -- which sends it to our data department. All your fellow investors will thank you as well, I'm sure.
11:56 [Comment From Joe]
Great job group
11:56 [Comment From Jo]
will I need to login to watchlist each time or can I just click on it like I do stocklist?
11:58 Sonali Verma - Once you have registered, you can log in and then click the Keep Me Logged In option so that you don't have to log in over and over again.
11:58 [Comment From Michael]
Does your system add new funds as they are introduced by the various fund companies and banks? It does not recognize a newer RBC Investment Savings Account. Thanks.
11:59 Sonali Verma - If a fund that you'd like to keep an eye on isn't available, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask us to add it in.
12:02 Sonali Verma - Thank you for joining us and for all your questions.
If you have any Watchlist-related concerns, you can always email us at email@example.com.
All the best,
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