Is there a way to include a position in index options (Russell 2000) in my online portfolios?
Today I did not received any email alerts. I got them until yesterday, There is nothing in the spam, and email@example.com has been on my address book for many years. Can you please restore the emails, the bug is with you not me.
I am trying to change my e-mail address, as my previous one which is currently linked to my account is no longer in use. However, every time I update my e-mail address, my settings revert back to my old e-mail address. Can someone please help?
I'd like to only receive notable earnings notification by email for the stock in my portfolio, such as this earnings beat, revenue beat. Exactly like this message. The "News" option gives me to, well, news. I only want earnings notifications.
Visa (NYSE:V): Q3 GAAP EPS of $1.37 beats by $0.05.
Revenue of $5.84B (+11.5% Y/Y) beats by $140M.
This company was delisted a few years ago.
In the last 3 days the website reported new activity with a price above 50$ (a stunning +28,000%) and the following volumes:
I own 13.500 stocks on my italian bank and I am wondering if there is some chance to get these 50$ per share...
Thank you in advance for you reply.
Alert keeps telling me I am not receiving daily emails. I have turned them off intentionally!!! Annoying!
I do not want to receive any daily emails. So I have turned off all the notifications but I keep getting an alert bar telling me that I have turned off my alerts!
Please stop reminding me every 5 minutes. I do not want to turn them on!!!!!
The eft, ICF, has had quote display problems for around a week or so (that I noticed so possibly longer).
As of this comment, you show it as "ICF$113.39 18.98 (20.10%)" when the reality is that the quote is actually:
"$113.21 -0.03 (-0.03%)"
For some strange reason, no matter where I look on seeking alpha (articles, stock quotes, portfolio data, etc) SA shows it moving up and down nearly $20 each day and 20% when in reality the etf may have moved in the opposite direction and only moves pennies up to maybe $1.75 either way on a typical day.
Also, the chart won't come up on the summary page for ICF. No 52 week high or low, etc.
This issue occurs on any browser that I use and whether or not I am logged in.
1. open browser and go to seekingalpha.com
2. go to text entry box on upper right portion of page box to click on reads: Search by symbol, author, keyword...
3. enter the symbol ICF
4. make note of quote information
5. go to any other website with stock data and get a quote for ICF.
Other issues are also on the Summary page for ICF.
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