Thank you for taking part in the survey. From the results it appears that our users are VERY serious investors, and most people have made money with the site. Some people have made a lot of money, which we are overjoyed at. Your success means our success.
Many of the comments and ideas have got us thinking in new directions, (Stay tuned!) Keep in mind that this survey is anonymous, we don't know who wrote what, and so you should take the results with a little grain of salt. We are very happy with the response, and think that you would be interested in seeing what the other investors who use StockChase have to say about us.
Recently I've been asked by two separate people about StockChase's portfolio. Both were questions about where it is. So this post is explaining how to use the portfolio tracker as well as two nice little tricks at the end.
StockChase doesn't actually have a portfolio tracker, as we only track stocks that have been mentioned on the shows, and this probably misses some. (Hint: call into the show to get your stock on the site!) But that said, we've been at this for twelve years and track the majority of all stocks in North America.
We do have a tracker that will track your portfolio (to the limit of the stocks we track) and you can see what comments have been made about your stocks, and by whom and when.
To do this first log in. The site needs to know who you are in order to know what your stocks of interest are. If you haven't registered, It is a simple process, and there is a link to me at the bottom of the page if you have problems. I can usually get things moving quickly.
Once you have logged in, you can set the stocks that you are interested in, in your portfolio. This located at the menu under your name (once you have logged in). You can search for companies by name or symbol, and as you type it looks up possible stocks. For instance typing "goo" brings up 3 possible stocks. Click on the one you want, and then click the Add button. The stock will be added to your list.
To see the comments about your stocks, look under the "Find Opinions" menu, where there is an item "Comments from experts about <Your Name Here>'s portfolio"
From there you can do all the normal cross-referencing of experts and companies that you can normally do.
And after patiently reading all that, here are the nice little tricks I promised you earlier.
Apparently a little app I made to direct people to our site has been gaining traction. We are in the top 20 apps list for Best Business Apps List (Actually right now we are at #5!)
This is our app
December In Review
Apple was picked by three different experts as a Top Pick. Also, another three different experts recommended it as a buy. However, one expert did recommend selling this stock.
Crescent Point Energy Corp was also picked by three different experts as a Top Pick. Another expert recommended this stock as a strong buy. Holding and waiting to buy this stock was also mentioned by two experts. However, there was one expert who suggested not buying this stock.
Don't forget to check out all the comments on these stocks. It is easy to find the companies and comments by clicking on the "Find Company" button and searching by company name or stock symbols.
November In Review
After reviewing the Top Picks for November on Stockchase, I have noticed that there are 3 stocks that have been nominated as a Top Pick a few times. Suncor (SU-T) has been picked as a Top Pick by three different experts last month. Sherritt International Corp. (S-T) has also been picked by 3 different experts and mentioned twice as a speculative buy by two experts. Abbott Labs has also been picked as a Top Pick by three different experts. Are you looking for a stock to buy? Check out what the experts are saying about these three stocks. Make sure you do your homework and happy StockChasing.
Our Top Ten Portfolio still has Bank of Montreal as the number one watched stock with 328 people getting emails whenever it is mentioned. Suncor is also in there at #3.