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iPad users, please note:
We are currently experiencing the following issues with the app:
1) Shows Message: Comments for this article are disabled. Unable to comment
2) Crashes on iOS 10 with various activities such as Searching for a ticker, adding to portfolio, reading news or analysis.
Status: There is a new release in the app store 3.10.14. It is in Slow rollout mode so if you want to get it right away, you need to uninstall and reinstall the app from the store.
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This morning, after updating the app on my iPad over the weekend, the app Portfolio page only shows price change and % change for each stock I have in Portfolio. It does not show the current or most recent trade price of the respective securities. Cannot locate a setting change that I could use to correct this myself. Hope this is just a bug you will fix quickly, or that you can direct me to setting change that I can use to revert to display current price as well as change info.
It is absolutely impossible for an SA editor to know if a short article written right before earnings is meant to manipulate. So whether that editors opinion is right or wrong that editor knows the affect the short article will have and therefore he/she can trade on this information. No reputable forum would allow a formally published article right before earnings.
The appearance of manipulation or in actuality the idea that an editor/family/friends can make a fortune acting in the 24 hours it takes to get an article published should stop you from allowing this.
The fact that it’s impossible that you have not had this brought to your attention or thought of it on your own before is what is leading me to send the same comment to the SEC.
Get an alert and it goes to blank page or just quits. Since I’m getting emails about everyone else’s complaints you’ve got big problems.
To Seeking Alpha: I am being blocked from reading articles which I access through email while using my phone. SeekingAlpha is trying to force me to install it's app in order to access the material. My phone has limited memory and I cannot install it. I am a customer who finds much to be desired in a service with this policy.
I suspect foul play in my portfolio, significant foul play. How can that be and who is it?
Customer support service by UserEcho