The data integrity of your quotes is a real problem. Symbol "XIV" has 03/13, 03/14, 03/15 intra-day data in the graph, but when you change the interactive chart to Daily, these 3 days data are all missing.706th ranked
historical data is missing since last Friday706th ranked
Add the Dollar Index $DXY706th ranked
Please, please, pleare stop Yahoo Finance from returning to the Yahoo Home Page everytime I select a different portfolio from my list
This behaviour is an infuraiting waste of time, and will lead me to stop using Yahoo Finance if not corrected soon. Sadly, the Yahoo service has deteriorated significantly.419th ranked
Thanks for your post!
Sorry to hear that. I wasn’t able to replicate the experience of switching Portfolios reverting back to the Homepage.
So that we can investigate this, can you please provide more detail on what you’re experiencing in your Portfolio?
If you’re coming across any error messages or only encountering issues in a certain web browser, please let us know!
Last dividend (January '17) is shown on the chart but historical data isn't adjusted for it.
This is your chart:
And this is what the chart is supposed to look like:
Your RSI information is currently flawed because you're missing some of last week's daily stock data...
Also...since the RSI is based solely on the previous 14 days (or whatever time frame you select) the CURRENT RSI should be the SAME whether you're looking at a 6 month chart, 1 year chart, 2 year chart, 5 year chart, etc.
It would be soooooo nice not to have to continuously check your accuracy, but that's probably asking too much.
Thank you for looking into this.706th ranked
-Screen flow is awful, cant lookup same style news for new ticker , must go back to summary;
-Histotical Data poor quality, fails to show previous day on occasion; cant download full history only recent-most month;
-Chart anaytics and indicator became much poorer!
IS this pre-meditated sabotage?419th ranked
PUS3.L not updating since March 24th, please fix stale data feed asap!706th ranked
I use Yahoo to gather data which I analyse in Excel. I spent weeks writing macros that don't work anymore. Please revert back to old layout or at least give us a list of url codes for quotes & dates and all other data706th ranked
I can't believe they pay you guys. You can't even roll out a proper MUTE function. So sick and tired of having to read the posts of soooo many morons! I click mute and one post disappears. It does nothing to the other posts from the same "contributor."
get your **** together....for once!706th ranked
Put back the Old Portfolio page back or I will have to find a new Finance page. Can't even delete views!
Put back the Old Portfolio page back or I will have to find a new Finance page. Can't even delete views!706th ranked
The new My Portfolio sucks!!! Return to the old view.706th ranked
There is a mistake in how you present the category data for Risk. It should be multiplied by 100.419th ranked
A recent change to Yahoo Finance removed the ability to delete a stock/ticker from a saved portfolio. That means portfolios can only grow.
Reinstate the ability to delete a ticker from a portfolio.706th ranked
The historical data for ROSG is incorrect following the recent 12-1 reverse stock split.
The historical "close" price was divided by 12 rather than having the "as adjusted" column multiply the original close by 12.
Also, the volume was not adjusted for the reverse split.706th ranked
I'm running Firefox 52.0.1. Market indicies at the top of the page and individual quotes seem to be updating, but not the totals for my portfolio.706th ranked
The Simple Moving average changes depending on the Time Horizen of the Chart. The 150 day moving average should be the same no mattter if you select a five year or one year chart! Please fix.706th ranked
I've switched to Google Finance until Yahoo restores sanity.706th ranked
Am I the only one seeing this ? I tried with Firefox and Chrome and the 5 values are always equal. I can provide a screenshot if needed.706th ranked
Hello, I think you posted the wrong opening price for the S&P 500 index today (Monday, Mar 27, 2017), on the following link:
For some reason, you show the same opening price for today as for last Friday, Mar 24, 2017
Here's the data you show (open-high-low-close):
Mar 27, 2017 2,350.42 2,332.38 2,322.25 2,330.84
Mar 24, 2017 2,350.42 2,356.22 2,335.74 2,343.98
I believe that the correct opening price today is 2,329.11 (from a competitor's website), not 2,350.42
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