I keep getting yellow banners at the bottom of articles that say I must have a PRO membership before I can read the article. I have greatly enjoyed reading the articles on Seeking Alpha the past several years. I have learned a great deal about investing and traps to watch out for. I am nearing retirement and truly value the investing insight provided by Seeking Alpha contributors. I am playing catch-up with my retirement savings and any insight is much appreciated. However, I can't afford to pay the fee required to become a PRO member. The contributors have provided these articles freely to the many readers and I do not believe that the Seeking Alpha gate keepers have the right to charge for the privilege of reading them. I will be looking for other resources to continue my investing education. I do request that the Seeking Alpha gate keepers reconsider the new policy of charging to read any articles regardless of how old they are.
Way too expensive!!! Almost $900 a year to access! Is SA in such dire straits that it needs to raise this much money? I guess I won't be going there, and very likely when I can't follow an author's link to previous work, I'll be looking elsewhere for the info.
in marketplace chat, the chat function for my subscribed service (nail tech) regularly, intermittently fails. Since time is money and buy/sell alerts go out over chat, what are you doing to guarantee paid subscribers a level of quality service? When can we expect a fix? (I'm assuming chats for all your marketplace vendors experience this)
In the new Holdings Tab, there appears to be no way to enter multiple lots of the same equity that were purchased at different times for different prices. That function was previously available. Please restore.
Hi, you can go to the "Holdings" tab and click the value in the "Shares" column (or Add Lot) and there you will be able to edit/remove or add a new slot for a particular company (it will be displayed below the first slot).
I don't know it seemed like every stock that I pick lose value stock was supposed to be uphill gains increase 20-20
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Could the impact of seasoned sales employee closers leaving timeshare tracks result in the lost sales ? In other words, losing seasoned veteran sales closers costs timeshare sites not just the recruiting, hiring, and training costs, but the far greater costs are the “lost sales”.
Do you agree or disagree that seasoned marketing and sales closers turnover from combined timeshare locations could end up killing the overall numbers and corporate ultimately could end up missing the overall plan goals?
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