Should be all set - https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/ARMP?s=armp. Thanks again for flagging this for us.
Thanks for the nudge, woca333, sorry we left this dormant. We'll flag for the team involved. Going forward you can email firstname.lastname@example.org directly for an issue like this - https://feedback.seekingalpha.com/knowledge-bases/2/articles/33-report-a-missing-or-incorrect-ticker.
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Thanks for the reply, rbfnet. That is the requirement right now, you need to click on the reply to the thread to see the full context. It's a trade-off, because one of the complaints we had frequently in the previous version was it was hard to follow as several conversations overlapped. I understand why the current version would be harder, though I'm hopeful that we can get some customization so you can set the chat how you prefer.
I'm not sure of a great solution now except that you can reply in quote, and if your preference is everybody does that, you can ask the author to request that of all users. Reply in quote is the same as the old version of reply, so that's a way to keep the conversation all together.
We will work on the customization as best we can, and if we can't get it satisfactorily, we will look at whether we can turn off threading. I'm hesitant to push that at this stage, because we're also hearing a lot of positive feedback about the threading, and I think it can enable better following of the chat rooms.
Thanks for the comments, sorry to hear it. What do you not like about the new one vs. the old format?
We upgraded as part of work to make the chat more stable, but this is the current supported version from RocketChat. If we can hear what isn't working or what you don't like about it, we can work with them on improving the chat based on that. We're also going to send out an email with an explanation of the new chat features, so at least everyone can see how it's meant to work, whether or not that is an improvement.
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BJD76, we stopped sending email to you about a week ago after you marked one of them as spam. Please just be cautious about how you handle email - you can manage your email alerts here if you'd like to unsubscribe from anything: https://seekingalpha.com/account/user_settings
You should start getting emails again, we've turned them back on.
Hi mcg88, we just deployed an upgrade and are monitoring our numbers closely and working on bringing down the load times. It should be better than it was when you posted, and we are working to improve.
Please let us know if you continue to see issues, and thank you for raising this,Daniel
Thanks for the message. We have three different subscription products (or types of products) - Essential, which gets you tools, access to our archive of articles and transcripts, and a lot of data on stocks; PRO+, which provides a more customized experience of high quality investing ideas for advanced investors; and Marketplace, which features investing communities offering exclusive research and guidance.
I'm not sure which initial subscription you're referring to because I don't see any paid subscription on your account, but the products are discrete, except that PRO+ incorporates all of Essential.
In terms of the business angle, I hear you. We've gone the subscription direction primarily because it enables us to incentivize and pay for articles that are on compelling investments, rather than just the popular tickers (AAPL, TSLA, etc.) that an ad-backed model incentivizes. We work editorially to ensure the quality on the site stays high quality, but if you ever have examples of something that doesn't hit the mark, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear from you.
Quality is subjective, but our aims are the same as they've been, to help investors make better informed decisions. I'm biased, but the quality of articles on the site seems much higher than it was when I joined the site in 2012, though we're always working to do better.
I'm not sure if that's a satisfying response, but I hope that explains the business decisions we're making.
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Hi, thanks for the question. That appears to be correct, more or less - the S&P 500 represents the collective market cap of its components (share price * shares outstanding) divided by the sum of all the shares outstanding. It's not literally presented in dollars, but is the equivalent as I understand it. Here are some references:
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