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Order of Stock Market Listings
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    Thread created on 07:00:07 - 20/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Last replied 07:20:00 - 20/09/21 (1 month ago)
    Hello, sorry for the minor suggestion, but it seems proper. 

    I believe the stock listings are in an order that are not convinient to go through. Instead of being listed by share price, it should be sortable by different categories such as Share Price, Top Gainers/Losers (Hourly, Daily, Weekly...), Remaining Cash to Dividend Mark, Popularity, and things of this manner.

    If nothing else, atleast have the stocks which have investments in them appear at the top, then have the rest descend in whatever order.
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    Posted on 07:20:00 - 20/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Kaladin [2712913]

    Hello, sorry for the minor suggestion, but it seems proper.

    I believe the stock listings are in an order that are not convinient to go through. Instead of being listed by share price, it should be sortable by different categories such as Share Price, Top Gainers/Losers (Hourly, Daily, Weekly...), Remaining Cash to Dividend Mark, Popularity, and things of this manner.

    If nothing else, atleast have the stocks which have investments in them appear at the top, then have the rest descend in whatever order.
    I believe owned stocks DO appear at the top after refreshing the page (though this may be due to my using Doctorn/Torn Tools). As for making stocks sortable, this has definitely been suggested a few times before. It's not a bad idea, but I definitely think that sorting should be much simpler than what you have here. Keep it limited to the columns on the page. So sort by name, price, amount of shares owned, and dividend payout time. Until such is added, strongly recommend getting Torn Tools which has its own sorting mechanics implemented.

    ~ E

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