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This happens when I click on notifications that inform me of new comments on articles and authors that I am following. It could be a false alarm but please investigate and advise. My email address is email@example.com.
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It would be very, very useful to a lot of ppl, if you add a simple feature - sent an e-mail/push notification when a price /PE ratio, div, etc/ reaches a certain level. There are a lot of stocks I am interested to buy/sell at some price, but I am relactunt to place real-time orders, as I need to first check if something major happened to said company or general market that would have changed my conviction.
Other than that - great site, congrats!
Latest news feed appears to have just switched to showing only headlines, and not the expanded view of each item.
I don't see any option in settings for changing that back?
I am getting repeated "Press and Hold" warnings to "prove" I'm not a robot. I do not have enabled and will not enable them. Please get rid of this annoyance.
You may find some information here, as to why you keep getting captcha prompts:
What Triggers Google CAPTCHA Requests When Searching
Hope this helps, Feel free to reach out in case further assistance is required.
Data QA Analyst, Seeking Alpha
We can now switch order of reviewing comments. The default is to see the most recent comments first. I can see where some readers would like that but after using it this way for a while, I would actually prefer to see oldest comments first. There may be others like me, If we could set our preference in settings, everyone could get what they wanted.
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