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    Thread created on 16:40:57 - 01/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    Last replied 23:14:37 - 24/02/15 (7 years ago)
    The way you organize stocks now seems a little out dated and when you have a lot of stocks it can be confusing to use.
    I'm suggesting the following.

    When you want to stack stocks, have an option to choose which ones to stack. If you have 4-5 different investments in one stock this can be very useful, or if you want to keep stock investments separate from benefits.
    The way I suggest doing this is by adding a little check box next to where stack is and you click the box for the stocks you wish to stack. ONLY the checked boxes will be stacked.




    Each stock be organized by group, not by date.
    For example:

    Each PRN stock that you own will be grouped together

    I did a "rough" sketch of what I am suggesting.
    The stocks are grouped together, regardless of days, and there is a little check box so you can check the boxes you want to stack, then click stack to stack exactly the stocks you want.

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    Posted on 16:52:27 - 01/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    a lot easier on the eyes r+
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    Posted on 03:08:43 - 02/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    Posted on 18:30:48 - 02/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    Posted on 17:07:19 - 03/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    Posted on 18:41:03 - 03/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    I'm not sure your image accurately shows what it is you want (only one of the stocks would get a bonus) but I agree with the premise of the idea (being able to stack selected stocks that are related).

    Some of the bonus stocks I bought are above the current market value and since I am gaining the bonus from these already I wouldn't want the price of those to effect the price of the same type of share. For example if I bought several shares at a much lower price and wanted to stack those cheaper shares to sell and to tidy up my portfolio.

    It is one of the main reasons I do not trade much in the stock market.

    Rated up, though I'm sure someone has suggested something similar before.
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    Posted on 18:51:08 - 03/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    I'm not sure your image accurately shows what it is you want (only one of the stocks would get a bonus) but I agree with the premise of the idea (being able to stack selected stocks that are related).

    Some of the bonus stocks I bought are above the current market value and since I am gaining the bonus from these already I wouldn't want the price of those to effect the price of the same type of share. For example if I bought several shares at a much lower price and wanted to stack those cheaper shares to sell and to tidy up my portfolio.

    It is one of the main reasons I do not trade much in the stock market.

    Rated up, though I'm sure someone has suggested something similar before.
    I didn't even think about getting rid of that lol.
    It's a copy/paste 'rough' sketch, I only added the parts I wanted to be shown.
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    Posted on 18:06:01 - 05/01/15 (7 years ago)
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    Posted on 23:14:37 - 24/02/15 (7 years ago)
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