Wants to compare multiple stocks @ once in charts by separating tickers w/ commas in search field
I have long used Yahoo charts to view groups of funds or stocks by copy paste. E.g., I paste
into the compare window, hit enter and get a view of all these funds in a few quick clicks. I do this for a long list of funds and stocks.
I can't do this now. Grrrr
Henry Moerlien commented
I STRONGLY AGREE that Yahoo should RESTORE the FEATURE to enter a string of stocks by entering a comma or space and pressing Return, e.g., MA, AMZN, FB, NFLX. We use to be able to VIEW 100 MULTIPLE STOCK CHARTS at once. Now we can ONLY VIEW ONE CHART!! This is a MAJOR REGRESSION. Is AnyOne seeing this??? I am not talking about comparing multiple symbols in One chart. We use to be able to view 20-100 charts at one time. PLEASE FIX THIS. Give us a button to bring this feature back!!!
Also, when I save a list of stocks to my reading list (safari), the characters %2 appear instead of a comma. Very annoying.
In Portfolios, please restore the Quote box on upper right side of page. I do not like using the Search field at the top of the page.
Please restore the Comparison Chart feature, that used to appear on a Search Results page. Fox example, type a list of tickers separated by commas, and press Return. On the same line as + Add Symbol, the command Comparison Chart should appear, which when clicked should display a line chart of all the ticker symbols displayed on the Search Results page.
In this example, I should see a line chart for ABT,ALKS,AZN,BMY,GILD,MRK when I click Comparison Chart. This eliminated feature was really useful and appreciated when it existed.
I too have experienced this regressive functionality--taking away a perfect good working function of being able to enter a sting of comma-delimited stock symbols into the comparison field. What used to be two or three clicks for 10 stocks, is now like 10 clicks per stock. From 3 clicks to 100 is regression!