Please enable selection of news sources on Portfolio company news feeds
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Brett Burnell commented
This. I have literally 2 dozen Motley Fool clickbait articles under any stock I check. They're terrible and come off more as mildly offensive spam than legitimate financial news.
Either rein them in or let us filter them out please.
Sonny Asehan commented
Would be nice if I can block Motley Fool. Their articles are not helpful and at times costly.
[Deleted User] commented
My life would be so much better if I never had to see a Motley Fool "news story" again...
This is a fantastic idea.
I want to be able to choose who I see news from and who I dont.
If Facebook has succesfully implemented this system, then why cant Yahoo incorporate it?
Joseph Lividini commented
Please provide a limit or filter for news articles. When a portfolio consists of both widely and scarcely held securities, the flood of articles for the more popular ones completely drown out the other securities regardless of their significance.
Joe A commented
I hate Market Realist and want to remove it from my news feed. They are biased against NIO. It's so obvious.
Stop stuffing the news feed with "news" articles from Market Realist and Zacks. They're not even written by native English speakers. I assume the only reason you're doing it is because they pay you to appear in your feed, because nobody else would bother featuring them.
This is a good idea - allow us to filter sources. The "news" feeds are overpopulated with junk, and Yahoo! Finance is losing relevance/usability as a result
Seeking Alpha is one of the best sources of company news and should be included in your company news feeds.