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I see that yahoo has been getting lots of flack in these forums for their changes to their Finance/Portfolio pages. Well, I for one would like the classic view back. However, if Yahoo management/programmers are going to ignore us, then please add “High Limit” “Low Limit” back as field options in the custom view.
I think I speak for many in that I use these fields extensively. I set the Low Limit at my buy point and the High Limit as my sell point. Given that in the older pages the Current Price changes color depending upon its relationship to these other values, this a VERY CONVENIENT way of quickly looking for buy and sell alerts. In fact, this is the primary reason that I come to Yahoo Finance Portfolios.
Please bring the High/Low limits back with price color coding
BTW – Does anyone from yahoo monitor these forums or are we just talking to ourselves?
If Yahoo isn't going to allow us to enter our number of shares, purchase date, or high/low limits, do people have suggestions of other sites where we can go and enter this information for free.. Rather than brokers.
Yes, I plan to leave Yahoo as well. Who can reccommend a better site that allows high and low limits. Seems like such an easy thing to do for Yahoo!
Hi - We appreciate your comments and ask that you post it out on the Yahoo Finance Feedback forum where Finance Product managers are looking for customer feedback: https://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/382977 Thank you!
I join you with the frustrations created by Yahoo trying to follow Apple's "pleasant" but competely new and unusuable portfolio format that removes functionality as you describe. Yahoo tried to change its format last year but returned due to so many complaints.
You would think Yahoo would give us an option to move on to the new format or continue with the classic format and monitor the comparison users to see which one the market likes. But, that's appears only to be a dream.
Yahoo is losing its customer base as I have paid email service which I will end as I search for an alternative to Yahoo.
I've been looking, but haven't yet found any service that does the High/Low limits with price color coding. This is the #1 reason I was using yahoo finance. If anyone finds something with feature pls post. I still can't believe they would just drop so many useful features just to show they're changing the view!