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Stop warning me that a stock is at risk of performing badly! I don't need your uninformed fearmongering

RangerTwo 1 month ago updated by skipbn 2 weeks ago 10

I've never relied on your rating system and I definitely don't want a big red warning based on metrics that I don't care about

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I agree with this. This started in the last few days. Also started seeing crypto pumping banner that's new. Please roll back this change. If I wanted it I would be using gurufocus or reading articles on Zacks.com.

I couldn't agree more about these "PANIC NOW!!!" messages.  Why don't the Quants establish a short fund, if they're so smart.

The "stock at risk" warning shows even after I'm logged into my account, and SA declared my stocks to all be without risk.

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No kidding. I specialize in REITs, about which SA and all the automated analyzer get much wrong. SA's warnings do nothing but advertise their incompetence in this area. 

When writers comment on a stock, the price a the time of the article is noted, so you can see whether they were right or wrong.  Why not do the same when there is a Quant "WARNING" of bad performance? 

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This is a very annoying thing for those of us who don’t like it. Could you make it optional? Thanks for considering.

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I agree. These banners are annoying and redundant. I can see what SA thinks of a stock in the quant ratings section. I don't need it in red block that has to be closed manually. I have a large portfolio on SA and several of my stocks were flagged. It took time to get those banners all shut. There must be a  way to turn that function off for those of us that don't need or like SA opinion banners. In fact for stocks I own SA's panic banner is surely causing as many sells as short seller sentiment. It doesn't help my investment and it's overly manipulative.

i do think there shall be a option to tern of the warning but this feature can always be helpful 

I actually just cancelled my subscription on account of the warnings.  They are not consistent with a stable and thoughtful investment strategy.