On Quote pages Statistics tab add a reference to the quarter data is derived from, such as "As of Q3" or "Last Updated 5/30/2019"85th ranked
Please include the start price and the current price for when we add a stock to our portfolio.
Also include the percentage gained or loss with the start price compared to the current price of the stock.
This feature is available on newsharewise.com using their Watch list.
The start and current price is very helpful for us.85th ranked
Please add Merrill Edge to the Link Broker list in My Portfolio.85th ranked
Could you please add a new piece of info to the VIEWS section? Adding "COMMISSION" to the available pieces of info would give us the total "Cost Basis" instead of just the stock cost itself. Makes sense, doesn't it?85th ranked
When looking at historical annual returns of mutual funds or ETF's, it is impossible to export the annual return data into excel. Yahoo should add this feature or atleast format the webpage data so that exporting into a database format into Excel would be possible.85th ranked
Please add Mini Chart for 1 and 3 months and one year in Portfolio View9th ranked
We appreciate your feedback, Phil!
Two bug issues.
1.) When viewing an intra-day chart ( like 1 Min Apple on 07/31/2019), data time stamp is ETS, then when switching settings to "Extended" Trading hours/sessions it looks like it is CST Chicago etc.
2.) Also referencing the above Apple 1 minute chart, the opening 1 minute bar on that date has an incorrect opening (when viewing regular trading session), the 1 minute bar shows a wide range and opens at previous close when in actuality it had a gap open at ~216.40. Switch to a daily chart to see this.85th ranked
We are unable to replicate this, but if you see otherwise please take screenshots of the data and provide further details to our support staff at email@example.com.
Page headers for new portfolio layout take up a third of the page. Shrink it, so we can see more data.
Page headers for new portfolio layout take up a third of the page. Shrink it, so we can see more data. Or at least have it recede as users scroll down the page.85th ranked
offer a "no password" option.85th ranked
Add an option to retrieve first and last items for date range to prevent much scrolling.85th ranked
We appreciate you taking the time to share feedback and we’ll make sure to pass this along to our product team.
Make it available for Canadian accounts please85th ranked
I appreciate new tools from Yahoo Finance, but I strongly dislike where the new Company Outlook tab has been placed in relation to the other tabs. Please move it somewhere right of Profile (maybe even all the way right). I'm not going to use it often, but I do use Summary, Chart, Conversations, and Statistics every trading day with multiple stocks.23rd ranked
Thanks for your post!
We appreciate your feedback and will review with our team.
When using the full screen view, if I have the "Candle" setting set to either "Hollow Candle" or "Colored Bar," the right side panel that shows :
- Recently Viewed
- Trending Tickers
- Stocks: Most Active
- Stocks: Gainers
- Stocks: Losers
- Top Mutual Funds
- Top ETFs
is blank, but when the "Candle" setting is set to "Line," "Area," "Candle," or "Bar" everything is shown.
Please fix this bug.
Thanks for your post! We have reported this to our Engineering team and they will look into this further. We would also need some screenshots about this issue and you can reach out with those at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regards, Yahoo Finance
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Can you make all the company statistics available to construct stock portfolio? For example, Profit Margin, Operating Margin, Cash per share are not available to create portfolio columns. To me, it is important to compare companies if they are profitable or not, and to calculate cash per share to EPS, to see if company has enough cash to cover the dividend payout.
Is it too much to ask for all data in the company statistics be available?307th ranked
- Don't see your idea?